Walking a New Road

Here is a good question to ask yourself. Ten years from now you will surely arrive. The question is, where? We don’t want to kid ourselves about where; we don’t want to kid ourselves about the road we’re walking.

I would assume for all of you, to get to where you want to be…you are either reading the right books or you’re not. You’re either engaged in the disciplines or you’re not. But, here’s what we don’t want to engage in: disillusion. Hoping without acting. Wishing without doing.

The key is to take a look and say, “Where am I? What could I do to make the changes to make sure that I can take more certain daily steps toward the treasure I want, the mental treasure, the personal treasure, the spiritual treasure, the financial treasure? I don’t want to make any more errors, now’s the time to adjust my daily program to take me where I want to go.”…

But the key is to start right now making these changes to walk this new road. And here’s what’s exciting to me, just a few daily disciplines makes a great deal of difference in one year, three years, five years. And before you know it, you will be walking a brand new road.

~Jim Rohn

Change is easy.  Change is hard.  Change is inevitable.  Change is constant.  You choose the changes that affect your life.
May your path take you to where you are going….

3 thoughts on “Walking a New Road

  1. CHANGE! It is the one thing we can depend on. If we do not take hold and do it…it will be done for us whether we like it or not.

  2. Raven, when I think of the changes both of us have experienced since we’ve entered each others lives on this earth, I often think of how resilient we truly are! So many lessons learned…so many more to go;) Much love to you, dear friend.

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