Throughout the process, however, it is important to come from a place of playful curiosity and openness, vs. a space of lack. If we come from a space of lack, then we chase what comes next as a way to fill a void or hide perceived deficiencies.
When we embrace all that is and acknowledge that we are enough as we are, then we are able to live from internal abundance. In this context enough is not about settling. It is about trusting you will have what you need (or be able to come to it) when you need it.
While you may choose to refine your skills, add to your knowledge, master a craft, you already have enough to get started in some way, shape, and form. The trick is to learn to lean into what you already are and let it expand as you lean into what you are also becoming.
If you chase outcomes or the future you desire, driven from internal scarcity (not enough), it (and you) will never be enough, since it cannot be attained via external means.
The first step is to recognize how you perceive yourself and begin building yourself up from within. Your good fortune relies on what you are willing to choose and be in the world, as well as your resilience and tenacity. When you acknowledge you are enough, you can lead from your center, making more opportunities accessible and fulfillment greater.