In order to become successful in whatever you do, you must take the sacred “Leap of Faith”. This is by far the most challenging thing anyone can do. But yet, it’s the most required action to do in order to reach your goals. You won’t get anywhere just dipping your toe in the water. Your success depends on your courage in this matter. You must immerse yourself within your ideas, passion, or dream to move forward. It has been proven that having faith behind your decisions (the leap) will bare fruit for you in the future. You will see the results that you have been busting your butt off for. It is very uncommon that you will see massive success from “doing a little bit” of whatever you want to achieve in this life. What you focus on grows. So by maintaining a strong focus on your task, you are ensuring the completion and succession of that task. It’s a pretty simple concept to grasp. But knowing this concept is one thing. Actually mustering the courage to do it is another. Look, I understand. The thought of going in head first is terrifying to many. The fear of failure usually kicks in at the time you’re at the edge of the mountain, about to jump. But let’s take a breath and think about it this way. What is more damaging to your life in the long run? Taking the leap and succeeding (and you will) or not taking the sacred jump and suffer for the rest of your life always wondering “what if”. This can and WILL have an immediate and long term effect on your wallet and your spirit. By holding yourself back from living your dream and achieving your maximum potential, you are committing spiritual suicide. You should be arrested for attempted murder! But seriously folks, very few have made the decision to succeed or die. The proof is all around you. 1% of americans control the flow of money within the United States. The 1% took the leap. Success can be attained if you keep going. You invested too much time in your passion to quit now. So don’t allow the fear of failure to stop you in your tracks. You only have one life to live. There is no second go-around. It’s time to make a decision for yourself, for your family, for your future: Either go hard…………or go home.