I noticed that my anxiety levels are rising. In the next week or so, I may be making a decision for an opportunity. And, it will represent the culmination of my first major Quest since deciding to answer the Call: To be all I can be.
I must say that I’m dismayed to be feeling this high level of anxiety. I’m talking about the “wake up at 2 am and not be able to sleep for a couple hours” level of anxiety. The kind of anxiety that drains the important creative energy I thrive on, and which gives me strength, hope and drive.
I feel a bit of a coward on this grand quest. I’ve spent so much time being positive, facing my fears and moving forward these past couple of months. But, this week has been difficult for me. Hopefully, it’s just a phase of growth, and that’s what I’m telling myself rightly or wrongly.
I know what I must do: trust that I’m “on track” and that this too, shall pass.
That’s my goal for tomorrow. Get a decent night’s sleep, and then be brave, take positive action, and know that these fears are part of my process.
Today, I had a first meeting with a company here in Toronto. They are an excellent firm, and have a great mission, which is to help entrepreneurs find freedom in their businesses.
I was very impressed with the company, and how it operates. By no means is it a guarantee that I’ll be working with this company, but I’m intrigued to the point of wanting to learn more.
What’s interesting is that the Quest this opportunity represents is a major challenge, and would require some big goal-setting, and thinking on my part, and excellent execution, too. The rewards would be there, too, if I pulled it off.
The interesting part for me is that I am not feeling daunted by this challenge. No, in fact, I find it liberating and wonderful to have the possibility of a big goal to work towards. It gets my creativity going, and I’m enjoying this rush.
The decision I refer to relates to the fact I am pursuing two opportunities at this time. Both are excellent, and represent fine opportunity for me.
The trick will be to apply intuition to making the decision, as well as seek out the hard facts for each opportunity.