Life is sometimes about taking chances. We don’t know what the outcome will be, but we still take the chance anyway.
Two years ago, I took a chance. I took my first Muy Thai Kick Boxing class.
I’m not normally one who takes risks so easily. I’m usually the person who looks at all of the options and carefully weighs the pro’s and con’s before making a decision.
I took a chance when I took that first class. It was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.
Two years later, the results are astounding. My weight is down to a number (despite my love of carbs) I have not seen for several years. I feel better, I look better and my social circle has grown exponentially.
It’s not easy to take a chance. The “what if’s” are ever present. It’s easy to stay with the status quo. But sometimes we have to take risks. The results may not be what we wanted right away, but they may in the end produce amazing results.