I love new possibilities. I always have.
If my grade point average in school wasn’t where I wanted it to be, I knew there would be lots more tests to take and papers to write that could help raise it.
If I met a new man who was awful, I was certain there’d be new possibilities around the corner.
If I wasn’t making my sales quota when I was a magazine publisher, I knew I could search out dozens of potential new accounts.
Sure, I get discouraged, even depressed, but I’ve never been big on stewing in my own juices and feeling sorry for myself. I just try to fix what’s broken and move on.
But new possibilities rarely appear out of thin air and people don’t walk around handing them out on silver platters. You’ve got to find them yourself. Even create them from scratch.
Find or create a new business to make money, a new hobby to channel your energy, a new restaurant to challenge your taste buds, a new way to arrange the furniture in your home, style your hair or just relax.