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Making Decisions

greg hartle freedom1 Making Decisions
When I started writing this post, I was dreading it.  I knew that people would shake their heads and pass judgement on what I’ve done.  Then I read about how to put off making decisions over at the Art of Non-Conformity, and I saw the past year+ of my life all through it.  In fact, I’m currently guilty of the first one on his list: Apply for something.

Application aside, my life is off autopilot and it’s up to me to make things happen.  Why is that?  Today was my last day at my full-time job.

I’m not leaving with a Plan B.  Or Plan C.  Or Plan D.  There is no backup plan.  It’s sink or swim and I’m the only one who can make sure I get there.

Since I made the decision to leave, I’ve had the words of my high school history teacher resonating in my head… “How hard can it be?”

And I wonder… how hard can it be?

(image via Greg Hartle)

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