“All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better.”
~Ralph Waldo Emerson
We all have a list of “things” we’d like to try.
Whether it’s a new hobby or craft; sky-diving or living in another county, we all have a list.
But it’s what we decide to do with that list that can potentially free us from the blah, the mundane and the colourlessness of conformity.
Imagine the Possibilities.
Let your imagination run wild. Improvise. Let go of your inhibitions and open yourself up to a new way of thinking.
Remember what it was like to spark the fire of creativity and quicken your heart.
Push aside the Fear.
Part of the fun of trying new things is to discover whether or not it will work for you.
If it does, yay, you’ve given it a try and broadened your horizons. If it doesn’t, check it off your list and move on.
Reach the Logical and Rational Conclusion.
After you’ve conducted your “new thing” experiment, you’ll need to ponder the results.
If you’re just trying out a new craft for fun, sleep on it and see how you feel in the morning.
If you’re experimenting with a life changing decision, you’ll probably need to ponder your results over the next few weeks to months.
And come what may, don’t be afraid to call the results as you see them.
So, get excited and try a new thing… what will it be?