At any moment, you are capable of re-defining who you are and what you are up to in your life. In the end, it all comes down to choice. If you don’t consciously identify the qualities and values that define the life you wish to be leading, you get a life lived by default. Most…Details
Guest Blogger, Helen Burton, explores the power of staying committed to your goals as you walk the labyrinth of life.Details
- Money doesn’t grow on trees.
- A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
- Here today, gone tomorrow.
- Don’t count your chickens before they hatch.
- Jack of all trades, master of none.
In yesterday’s blog, Do Not Assume, we explored the danger of assuming you know something about a situation or situations without making direct inquiries. Someone I knew had commented to me about an assumption he’d made regarding a friend’s (let’s call him Don) current challenge.
Because of confidentiality, I couldn’t reassure him that Don was, in fact, doing extremely well and in a very positive place about reinventing himself. I couldn’t even suggest that instead of talking to me about his concerns that he might want to call Don directly and check in to see how he is doing. It was a glaring example of how assuming that someone’s life is a certain way is not helpful on any level.Details