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Make a “leap of faith”

Make a “leap of faith”

Making a “leap of faith” often refers to deciding or acting without being absolutely sure of the outcome. It implies stepping out of your comfort zone and embracing uncertainty, believing that things will work out in the end. A new opportunity, a new venture, or committing to a relationship requires a “leap of faith” along with optimism and psychological preparation.

While embracing uncertainty, it is still important to have a clear picture of the situation, recognize our motivations, and trust ourselves. Our judgment can give us the courage to take this leap, weighing the risks and the rewards. It’s always helpful to talk to friends, family, or mentors who can provide guidance and encouragement. Sometimes, a third party can help us put into perspective whether our “leap of faith” is worth taking.

As much as optimism is important, it’s equally important to have realistic expectations and an understanding that failures and challenges may arise along the way.
Failure is an integral element of development and learning. If things don’t go as planned, we can see it as an opportunity to improve by understanding were we failed. Making a “leap of faith” means being prepared to face obstacles and failures. Persistence is a virtue when things get tough. Lastly, let’s not forget to acknowledge our progress and celebrate our achievements, no matter how small they may seem.

Remember, making a “leap of faith” can lead to personal and professional development, opportunities, and new life experiences.

While it might be intimidating, it is an important step towards achieving our goals
and dreams.

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As we are in the final months of 2023, take advantage of this time and dare to make your “leap of faith.” 

Fotini Androulaki
Publisher, Volta Magazine

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