“You cannot change your destination overnight, but you can change your direction overnight.” ~ Jim Rohn
I’ve found the only way I can change the output is to change the input. Wanting a new destination is excellent. This is the beauty of life. Freedom of choice! There are no limits on how many times we can decide to change our objective. It’s not like there’s some big tally board saying, “Teri, you’ve maxed out your choices. You’re stuck right where you are.” Oh, how grateful I am for that!
Let’s be honest. It’s not unusual to want to modify our endgame or make adjustments. Sometimes, we’ll want to change our goals completely. When this happens, we typically don’t see it coming! We’d never have guessed we’d be doing what we’re doing or chasing down such a scheme that is a total one-eighty from our previous intention.
It’s the lawyer who quits her corporate practice to travel abroad and maybe write a book, or the person with the master’s degree in finance, successful for many years in big business, who is now running his own Pet Care company.
Destinations can be changed but the change doesn’t happen overnight. Even though the thought may hit us like lightning, the process will seem to move as slow as molasses and this can be super annoying.
What we can change overnight is what we do the next day. Because making minor changes the very next day does bring an immediate change in our life. It’s starting new actions that’ll change up our routine and these little changes help to keep our new target in clear view and drive us forward. Some behaviors may need to be learned or acquired and are the much needed evidence to show we’re working a new plan. So, embrace the little changes. They make a much bigger difference than we may realize.
Keep it Simple,