I have a â€œbigâ€ birthday this month which has caused me to ponder many of the decisions that I have or have not made in my life. Recently, I came across a small book titled â€œItâ€™s Never Too Lateâ€ by Patrick Lindsay. It challenges one to consider small or not so small changes to our lives and to realize that itâ€™s truly never too late to take on something that youâ€™ve always wanted to do or hoped to accomplish â€“ regardless of your age or ability. This year, Iâ€™ve committed to identifying a number of things that itâ€™s not too late to try. Iâ€™ll be sharing them in order to hold myself accountable.
My first is â€œItâ€™s Never Too Lateâ€¦.to learn to Ballroom Dance!â€ To that end, I signed Tony and myself up for beginner ballroom dance lessons which we began 4 weeks ago and weâ€™re having a great time. We are learning the Waltz and the East Coast Swing. We wonâ€™t win any competitions but Iâ€™ve always been a very self-conscious dancer and itâ€™s amazing what a few classes can do to your confidence.
The book has nothing to do with real estate but if I had read this book 22 years ago, I might have said â€œItâ€™s Never Too Lateâ€¦.to Begin a New Career!â€. I have been so enriched by my 2nd career in real estate and have so many of you to thank for it. Itâ€™s not been 22 years of work but 22 years of joy (most of the timeðŸ˜Š). Stay tuned for what else itâ€™s not too late for!
Wishing you a Happy Fall!
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