I Stopped Being Scared And Started Living The Life I Dreamed Of

I was unhappy in my project management & consultancy job. But I was afraid to let go, because I knew what I had – steady income, a house, status, a car, a pretty big pay check, a pension fund,… What would I be in for if I let go of all that and stepped into an uncertain future? I was afraid and I was stuck!

When I finally let go of that job and all it brought, I was still afraid, but at least I was no longer stuck!

I was still uncertain about my future, but I knew I deserved to be happy and the life I was living, the work I was doing didn’t make me so.

So in the end I decided to let go and move!

Living in the mountains, spending much of my time in those mountains, is so much better than living in an overcrowded country (the Netherlands), working in an office or standing in traffic while trying to get to another meeting.

Doing what I love – coaching, guiding, teaching – in surroundings that are not suffocating me brings me so much more joy than project management or consultancy ever did.

So yes, letting go meant uncertainty and it still does. As it turns out, I’m fine with that. Besides, these days, whose job can still be considered ‘steady’ of ‘certain’ anyways?

Your turn! What securities are you hanging on to? What different life are you dreaming of?  

Share your thoughts below and let me know. Be as specific as you can when you share your thoughts. Other people, Mountain Seekers like you, will be inspired by your ideas and actions.

Thank you for reading and adding your voice to the conversation.

Now go dare greatly and be a Mountain Seeker!

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