Sometimes, we all need a reminder that we are more capable than we give ourselves credit for.
You can give up a vice, walk away from a relationship, change the direction of your career.
You can say no, you can say yes. You can choose to forgive.
You can stand up for yourself, advocate for someone else, confront a challenging situation, voice your perspective.
You can speak to a crowd, have a conversation with an individual, discuss a difficult or volatile subject, express your emotions, your ideas, your hopes and your dreams.
You can share a challenging piece of your story, open up to a new thought or idea, accept a viewpoint that is different from yours, learn to see things differently.
You can learn a foreign language, cultivate a new hobby, enroll in a class, adapt to a different culture, meet new people, build new friendships.
You can get up early in the morning, go to bed early at night, drink an ample amount of water, eat nutritiously, fuel and move your body.
You can acquire a new habit, change a well-developed pattern, choose to do things in a different way.
We each have our own version of hard things. Your definition of challenging and mine are not the same. Regardless of what they might be for you, you can do hard things.
You just have to decide, and then go do them.