The heart is a very powerful muscle, it is a vital organ that helps with pumping blood through your body, and well, it keeps you alive. It plays such a great function in your day-to-day life. The heart is also a tool that will express just exactly how you feel. 

Here are the reasons to listen to your heart. 

Now, let’s take a much deeper look into this, imagine you have plans in life,  it could be anything, but you didn’t have your heart one hundred percent in it, if you didn’t, you know what would happen right? Most likely the plans might backfire. Something might go wrong and you would feel as empty as how you do, when that  horrible office job that you hate is sucking you dry. 

Not listening to your heart can possibly leave you as dry as the Sahara desert.

It can leave you in a state of a miserable existence where you will never find a moment of peace. Now, think about that for one second. 

Picture being constantly in conflict with the voice in your head, picture being constantly in conflict with your heart’s passion, and you are now leading a life that is centered around regrets. One where you just “wish” this wasn’t your life.
 

That is no life, or no where close to what one should be. What that exactly is well, is  a life where you’re trying to find ways to make yourself feel better for not following your heart.  

You probably come up with a myriad of excuses like:  

“I have bills to pay, and I must focus on my current job because I don’t have the time, nor the money it takes to invest in my dreams.” 

Well that sounds good, but the truth is this. All it takes is a few hours before you head to the “regular job,” or even a few hours after you come back. With this it’s all about how you prioritize your time. 

You must learn the value of time, and learn time management skills. We all get the same 24 hours, it’s all about how you use it. 

Warren Buffet has 24 hours  in his day, but the difference is he uses his time wisely. 

Here is another excuse: 

“I have kids, and I really don’t have the time to do anything at this moment because I’m so busy with work, and also with taking care of my kids.” 

This is a very common excuse, and notice why I use the word “common.” 

It’s common because so many people will try to use the “I have kids” thing to justify why they can’t pursue their dreams. If you ask me that should be the fuel to why you pursue your dreams. 

By having kids that should motivate you, and push you to want to chase your dreams so you can create a better life for your kids. 

Another excuse someone will make is “I’m too old, if I was just a little bit younger.” 

Look if you’re trying to get in the NFL or NBA then the I’m too old” excuse is understandable. 

Tons of people start at an old age. Colonel Sanders didn’t start KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken) until he was 65 years old, so what is your excuse? 

Stop trying to convince yourself why you should accept failing. Here is a quick newsflash. 

There is nothing acceptable about being left behind to drown in sorrow. You better pull yourself together now, and do what your heart is trying to tell you to do because trust me, you wouldn’t want to be on your death bed, wondering what other outcome your life would have had, if only you just listened to your heart. 

Read this
to help with following your heart, and staying on track.
 

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