Lose Your Fear: It’s Never Too Late

it's never to late

It is never too late to be what you might have been. ~ George Eliot

It’s never too late to create the life you want to live. It’s never to late to lose your fear and take action. You can begin now.

It’s never too late to follow your heart and get out of a rut. Plan for your future. Do what you’ve always dreamed of doing, at least for an hour a day.

It’s never too late to overcome an obstacle, learn from a failure and begin again. Every moment is an opportunity to try something new, shift your perception and overcome your insecurity.

It’s never too late to finish what you’ve started; poem, a book or a special project. A completion allows for new innovation and dreams. We are inventors. Choose to finish what you started and invent something new.

It’s never too late to show compassion. Offer empathy and make someone feel special. Tell someone that you care.
It’s never too late to visit an elderly relative or friend. Tell them that they matter. Fill their day with joy. Give to those who are unable to give back to you.

It’s never too late to say thank you to a mentor, parent or teacher. If someone has made a difference in your life, let them know it. People like to know that they made a difference in the life of another.

It’s never too late to get help for an addiction. Turn your life around. Swallow your pride. Take your power back. Get a second chance. Claim your freedom.

It’s never too late to forgive someone. It doesn’t matter if they are dead or alive. Let go; open your heart, look for the lesson, enjoy the present moment. Be free.

It’s never too late to enjoy life. Make play, fun and laughter a part of your everyday life. Relax into joy and surrender your seriousness. It can be effortless!

It’s never too late to say, “I love you.” Make it a habit, soothe someone’s soul. Others are longing for what you’re reluctant to give. Let someone know and feel that they’re important to you.

It’s never too late to accept and love yourself. Treat yourself like you would a best friend or a small child. Praise yourself for what you get right. Gentleness applied to oneself goes a long way.

It’s never too late to open your heart. Connect with others and shower the world with an abundance of love. We all want the same things. To know that we matter and to know that we’re loved. Love!

It’s not too late to stop being afraid, to take a risk and shake things up a bit. Action creates confidence, strength and synchronicity. If you want something different, do something different.

It’s not too late to tackle problems and change. Be open to new possibilities. You have to grow if you want to reach the next level of success in every area of your life. Nothing changes until you change something.

It’s not too late a hire a coachTake a course or a class and learn something new. Be willing to invest in your own brilliance and greatness. You’re worth it.

It’s not too late to learn how to breathe properly, meditate or practice mindfulness. Five minutes a day can change everything. Gradually, increase your practice over time.

It’s not too late to include adventure and travel in your life. Visit a new city, state or country. Explore other languages and cultures. Get a new perspective on the world.

It’s not too late to learn how to save and invest your money. Be financially responsible. There are countless teachers who will show you how. Begin now. You’ll never regret it.

It’s not too late to begin to eat healthy and exercise regularly. When you do, you wake up your cells and shift the way you feel. It’s a real life-changer.

It’s not too late to have faith in yourself, in others and in the world. Believe that the best is yet to come for everyone. Commit to doing your part to make the world a better place.

It’s not too late to make gratitude a lifestyle. Choose to live in joy. Pay attention to your blessings. Celebrate your wins. Live your dream. Begin again and expect a miracle.

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  • Jessica Sweet November 18, 2014, 3:34 pm

    Thanks Tess! I think so many people (all of us at times!) feel so bad about something we’re afraid of or sad about that we think it is too late. But it REALLY, TRULY, NEVER is. You can begin again – like you said, even for just an hour a day. I’m a huge one for that! I have two kids and a business to run, so an hour at a time is the only way I can do things. But it adds up! It’s not too late if you do it!

  • Sandra Pawula November 18, 2014, 6:13 pm

    Such an encouraging message, Tess! I love the idea of doing what we love even if we can only start for an hour a day. Thanks for this idea.

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