Big Apple Bacon Busts a Move
Sometimes you know it’s time to make a move. What once seemed like summit has become a boring plateau. Meh City. In my book, “The Becoming Process,” I describe this stage as “Contemplation.” Your good is calling you out of lethargy and resistance. When you break out, it’s as if you’ve got jet fuel in your veins and good things start happening. One day, a 17 year old kid named Kevin Bacon walked into my ex’s classroom at the end of the school day to meet a friend. My husband chatted with him for a moment. “There’s nothing for me here in Philadelphia ,” he told Murray. “I’m going to New York,” And so, he left to pursue a career in theater.
Maybe it’s not about moving geographically. Maybe it’s picking up the phone or putting down the doughnut. Whatever that move may be, may you fly above the clouds of fear and self-doubt and do that thing that is yours to do.
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