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I was cut adrift from a lifelong dream, the sure anchor that had carried me through long years of study.
I didn’t even want to try taking a risk; defeat was unacceptable, shameful, and had consequences that affected everyone around you.
For many dark nights over the course of many months, I tossed and turned, consumed with anxiety by the state of our financial situation.
I felt just about everything: anger, sadness, confusion, embarrassment. I remember saying it out loud: I just lost my job.
We kick them out of the nest, but just when we think they can fly on their own, they fly home!
Each of us wants to make our life count. But how does a person go about finding their destiny? It’s a bit like sailing.
Before you say “no” to a new opportunity, think about what would happen if you said “yes”?
New year’s resolutions can be a good thing, if you actually plan out how to accomplish them. Otherwise, you may be doomed to failure.
Direction. It’s what we all need to get where we are going, on the road and in life. How do you find the right one?