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I remember having a conversation with a friend years ago.

Hey Warrior,

I remember having a conversation with a friend years ago.

He contemplated signing up for a biking race but couldn’t decide whether to do it.

I suggested that he make a decision so he can either train for the event and put purpose into his training OR release the pressure, fun train, and do it just because!

As I dug a little deeper, I realized that his indecision came from a place of fear.

I noticed him saying things like

“What if I signed up and got killed by other riders who are more prepared?”

“Ugh, do I want to push myself that much?”

“If I sign up, I’m going to have to put in a lot more time training, and my wife is not going to like that.”

So I asked, “Do you want to do it or not?”


I went on to share a story to explain the importance of making a decision and how sitting in indecision weighs on your mind, consumes your head, and keeps you stuck.

Saying “no” is still a decision. And that’s okay.

And saying “yes” when you want to do something, even if you’re scared, is liberating.

It allows you to move forward.

Sometimes, the question you ask is not about whether you are ready.

Because the truth is, you’ll never be ready.

You will always have excuses on whether you’re ready to