The Right Direction

Posted by Jacinta Hin on March 25, 2009

It’s always interesting to watch people who’ve finally figured out where they really want to go in life, begin moving in the opposite direction.

You ask them about their future and they describe in great detail where they will be and what they will be doing. Their whole being comes alive. If you would hand them the key to that life, they would step right into it.

But look closely at their current plans and you’ll often see that they’re on a different track entirely.

Somehow, in their mind, they’ve arrived at a need to do all these unrelated things first.

And, incredible as it might appear, they truly believe that these other experiences will prepare them for the day they’ll finally start living their dream.

What they fail to see is that they could end up with a lot of unexpected baggage in the form of an uninspiring resume, unexpected financial obligations or being too comfortable for their own good – and still, after all those years, be nowhere near that dream they once cherished.

Maybe they’ve forgotten the sage and tested advice that the route you take determines where you go, and that after making a wrong turn and reaching a dead end, they might not have the stamina (nor time) to back up and change direction.

So, why not take a first step today towards the life that feels right and begin to enjoy the journey?

After all, being on the right track is a fine recipe for your personal success, growth and satisfaction.


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