Ambition over Apathy?

I do have ambition and I know I should have kept the appointment but the temptation to stay in bed this morning was overpowering. It just seemed like the right choice at the time. Besides, my decision didn’t really impact anyone, not the other party anyway …

imgresThe other party?

I had thought the ignored appointment will keep until ‘next time.’ They are my friends, I can pick up the business when we next meet. Anyway, they know I’ve a tendency to lie in from time to time …

Next morning was difficult. I’d had a sense of feeling ‘down.’ I’d become distracted by guilt, felt depression moving over me. The realisation that I’d let friends down the morning beforehand had created a feeling of being ‘lost.’

I could simply ignore it (this feeling,) but how? This is not ambition, it is the alternative, it is what I have become… I am a disappointment to myself.

A disappointment.

We are what we practice.

I do have ambition and I am determined to initiate change. What is it I want for myself? Is it the same for my fledgling business? How can I attain the level of credibility (for both) that I aspire to.

Change. I need to change my habits. I know people can help me – those with a level of commitment that I have yet to experience. I must learn from them, listen and learn to develop and to initiate change.

If I do not change then I know I shall continue to disappoint others, myself and my sense of hopelessness shall prevail.


Positive thoughts lead to positive actions.

A small adjustment to my lifestyle and a change in habit have helped. I am engaging people who are in charge of their destination who in turn offer me my own direction. This is a path to becoming a thought leader within my own space – as opposed to a follower, driven by what others perceive me to be.

I do understand that this is the path. It is achievable through positive people, personal benchmarking …

Practice change to realise there is a move from apathy to ambition.

Published by charlie kenny

I love the coast and in particular, the area in which I live, the North East of England. It's an uncomplicated life, for the past twelve years I've been away from the 'big smoke' ... and the decision to relocate my business to the North has been the best move of my career. So far. I am a writer and have a lifetime of experience in publishing and personal development. I now consider myself a specialist in helping my clients with memoirs - that could entail a biography, or simply bringing diary pages to life. I tend not to advertise my business, word of mouth has always been kind so it's no surprise that I do spend a couple of days per week networking. Peer collaboration can be very rewarding. Therefore, if you'd like to join me fortnightly for Wednesday ZOOM or either Tuesday or Thursday for (in-person) morning coffee, please get in touch. I'd love to meet you and perhaps help in any way possible. Thank you for stopping by the website. engage, develop, grow ... with Go!

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