What are you sure about? What gets you out of bed in the morning? What moves you to tears? What can you live with? What can you live without? What makes you feel like dancing?

Motivation from external sources may be a myth but motivation from within your truth will guide your decisions and movements every time.

There comes a time in most, not everyone's, but most people's lives when they are either faced with the truth of who they are or decide to take a look at it for themselves. When speaking to people who are struggling with routines, goals or the everyday grind of life, I always ask them what is the outcome you want? More importantly, what is the bigger picture? What seems to halt people is getting too focused on an outcome or perceived outcome without looking at if that fits their overall wants. For example, if you're going to embark on an extreme twelve week fitness program your fundamental truth should include that being fit is deeply important to the grand scheme of life.

Should you never try anything that you are not sure about?

You should especially do the things you are not sure about. That's how you find your edge. That's how you grow.

And at the very least, part of your truth lives there.