Life is a Journey, Not a Destination

by Michael Berry on October 10, 2015

In personal development you learn that life is a journey, not a destination.

As your going through my blog you are creating new results by believing, thinking and acting in new ways. Some of these results will be unforeseen. Understand that this is a normal part of the process and evidence that your efforts are working.

Most people are living with some level of frustration and/or mental or physical pain. Because of this, people are looking past what is possible now.

The journey is the real win.

The good news is that no matter how far you go toward your North Star, how good it all gets, you will always be able to see farther, much farther. There comes a time when things in your life will shift and you will stop looking for a destination and your journey will become so fun and engaging, and you will be receiving so many spiritual and physical payoffs, that you never want this game to end.

At some point you will become comfortable in the fact that as you continue to work on yourself and expand your abilities, things really can just keep getting better and better, and your life will be the greatest game ever played!

This concept is a progressive realization, and it is the fabric woven throughout a satisfying and fulfilling life.

Even at the beginning this may seem very real to you, or at other times it may seem pretty vague, but day by day, week by week, and month by month this feeling, this realization, will become more and more your reality. This progressive realization will continue for the rest of your existence as long as you continue to build your entrepreneurial life!

Life may always have ups and downs but you can choose to continue to go up as you experience these ups and downs. You will soon get to the point that your lowest downs are much better than your previous biggest ups.

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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Roger Passman December 2, 2011 at 9:39 am

Great post, Michael. I really appreciate the great information you provide. Thanks!

Hollywood Acting Coach December 5, 2011 at 12:57 pm

Embracing the journey will make life more enjoyable and more productive. I really enjoyed your insight- Thanks!

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