I’ve realized how much I thrive on challenges. For better or worse, this means I can be challenging. If things are going “too well,” it must mean a challenge needs to be found. (I’m working on this). Sometimes this leads to walking away from a situation and then thinking of one hundred things you could have said or done differently. I handle challenging times with impulsive decision making. Knowing that I could be totally wrong – I make a decision and run with it. Sometimes this is called confidence. Sometimes it is called ignorance. I would like to pick out the good challenges from the bad. The ones that I know are worth fighting for and the ones I think are good for me but can really be avoided.
Some people thrive on adventure, never sitting still, always moving. Others thrive on giving their talents where they can – acts of service, writing, or music.