A CLEAR PATH AHEAD

(Estimated reading time 2 minutes)

As I look ahead, I am filled with excitement for what the future brings. I find myself making choices that are a bit surprising to me. They are a variety of choices from the small and inconsequential to the ones that can determine my direction for the future, but underlying all is this one common theme. Damon Davis said fear is contagious but so is courage. It made me realize that over time, our everyday decisions become the fabric of who we are. When we choose out of fear, we become timid, untrusting and hesitant. When our choices are based on courage our determination, grit, perseverance and boldness open up possibilities that would not otherwise be present. So the question I have been asking myself is this, “Who do I want to be?” Do I want to be the person who is willing to reach through the struggle to find compassion? Do I want to be the one who gives more? Do I want to be the kind of person who tries even if I am not sure of my abilities? Do I want to be the one who learns how to develop an authentic connection with others, who knows how to move beyond a painful experience, who is confident and joyful despite my circumstances? YES! YES! YES!

As I make choices – even the small ones – I keep in mind who I want to be. With the end in mind, the path ahead is clear and I know what to do.

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I’m a writer, speaker and coach, who is passionate about helping ordinary people move beyond what is holding them back so that they can live extraordinary lives. You can connect with me here or learn more about coaching with me.

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