Feeling Restless

Sometimes we can feel restless in life, for different, yet related reasons.

  • Unfulfilling work.
  • Plateaued — feeling stuck at a particular level, and the next seemingly unreachable.
  • Lost at sea — without a map or in uncharted territory.
  • Reaching for a better life — in-between where we are, and where we want to be.
  • Wanting change, but not know how.

Luckily, we’ve choosen to be Brilliant and live a Renaissance Life

which means we’re not going to take our restless feeling sitting down.

So let’s ask ourselves:

What can we do about it? What actions do we need to take?

How do we use this restless feeling to our advantage?

And remember to


—  yes, something so simple as breathing, yet easily ignored.

— to calm yourself and get your mind right.

And Let it go.

The life we desire isn’t a fast food drive thru.

Great things always take more time and effort to create, but that’s what makes great things so great.

We may be feeling restless, and long for better days,

but maybe we’re exactly where we need to be.

If you haven’t created your dreams yet — that doesn’t they won’t happen. 

Bold dreams aren’t easy to create, but that doesn’t mean they’re impossible to do.

We just have more work to do, and areas to refine.

Just Keep going. We got this.


“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new.” — Socrates

“Restlessness is discontent – and discontent is the first necessity of progress. Show me a thoroughly satisfied man – and I will show you a failure.” — Thomas Edison

xoxo Josh Waggoner

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