Sometimes you have to take a chance.
If it hasn’t happened to you already, there will come a day when your red-hot desire to do something is met with a moment of opportunity. It may be the perfect time to tell someone you love them. It may be the right situation to negotiate a raise or a better deal. It might be a moment to ask your favorite musician if you could accompany him in a song.
Michael Pollack, student and aspiring musician, had that moment. (watch the video)
There are ten thousands musicians who would have loved to play piano for the piano man. There were probably 100 of them in the room that day.
But Michael took the chance.
It was magic. It was courageous. It was his moment.
The gap between your comfort zone and “where the magic happens” is not a big as you may think.
In fact, it’s usually a moment.
A simple decision.
A mind-blowing, heart-pumping, courageous decision. But a simple decision.
“Do I take a chance?”
It’s a simple question.
How you answer that question could be the most important decision you’ll ever make.
It’s up to you.