Where Are You Going?

by Michael Berry on July 11, 2014

 So, what can life look like for you? In an earlier post, you took the time necessary to discover and define your North Star, the guiding principle for your life. It is now time to apply that thinking to your decision-making process.Think about the key areas of your life.
••Love Life
••Goals and Dreams
In each of these areas, what new decisions could you make that might turn things around from the current direction you may be headed, or one that you have made in the past, to point you in the direction of your desires?
As you go through this list, be aware of how your body feels. Your body is an intelligence mechanism. Are you encountering resistance or anxiety anywhere as you contemplate possibilities? This can be a clear sign that you are uncomfortable with the risk associated with creating a new possibility. Do you consider this risk reasonable? If it appears unreasonable, are the rewards associated with this decision worth what you might call unreasonable? Many times the rewards increase as the level of risk rises. (Note: most of the world’s great steps forward in progress were the result of decisions that appeared highly risky and unreasonable at the time. Decisions need not be reasonable in order to be worthy of your efforts.)
Personal development is our business and our life.
Michael Berry
In personal development we learn that “we all see and experience the world not as it is, but as we are”.


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