Have you tried something new lately? Have you been thinking of picking up that pen and starting to write? Have you been wanting to belt it all out and sing to your heart’s content? Have you been wanting to try a new recipe but fearing it will not taste how it looked so mouthwatering over the YouTube channel?
It is never too late to begin now. It just takes a little nudge if you haven’t already started. It’s all in the mind, believe me.
Marilyn talks about being set on not liking something until she actually tried it, and then she ended up liking it.
Watch this video and you’ll see.
Try Something New
So your weekly messages for this week is.. Try Something New.
I am recording in Crestone, in a monolithic dome, which is Joeaux’, my business partner’s, home. You see my halo over my head, and the little ET arm that is coming out on this side.
Anyway, try something NEW. You know I recently met someone that had never painted, never been an artist, and he decided in the last year or two that he was going to try art, try painting.
And you know what???
He really likes it AND he was REALLY good at it. So you never know when you try something if your going to like it. My recommendation is to try something that you always thought about, and then try it.
You never know what it is that you like or you don’t like until you try it!
You see, I remember a time when I did NOT like spinach. I know, can you imagine, not liking spinach? But, the only spinach I was introduced to was canned spinach. So, whenever anyone mentioned spinach, I ran the other way. Until I tried fresh spinach, and even fresh cooked spinach, and it was delicious. The same goes for tomatoes.
You never know what it is that you like or you don’t like.
I talk with people and I say “try this” and they say “I don’t like that.”
And I say, “Have you ever tried it before?”
They say, “Well, no, I just know I don’t like it.”
How do you know that you don’t like something or if you do like something until you actually try it? I know there was an old commercial, I am not sure what it was advertising and the catch phrase was “Try it, you’ll like it.”
So that is my phrase for this week, “Try it, you just might like it.”
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