Harvard did a 75-year study on fulfillment. They wanted to understand the themes for people who were most fulfilled in life. One of those themes is that they faced (head-on) the big and difficult questions in life.
Right now is a perfect time to inspect your decision-making.
Are you allowing prior decisions & commitments and your need to stay consistent with them as well as any sunk costs to drive you down a path that is no longer important to you or in alignment with your goals and vision for life?
Are you allowing an overstated or irrational aversion to loss hold you back from authentically self-authoring a life that will allow you be more, do more, and have more of what is truly meaningful for you?
If so, how have you been complicit in engaging in this behavior - either consciously or subconsciously? What thought processes or internal dialogue have elicited this behavior?
What's your reaction to this and how do you feel about? What do you ultimately want for yourself? How would you think and behave differently if this is what you truly wanted?
Ponder on that, my friends, and let me know what questions you have. Tweet me, or shoot me a message on Facebook or LinkedIn.