Where Are You Going?

Today’s blog:  Quiet Time

The world is a busy place.  There is noise all around.  The need to find a bit of “quiet time”  – no cellphone, no computer, no other people – becomes essential.

Without “quiet time,” personal goals can be  pushed aside, even forgotten. Without “quiet time,” focus dims.  You need it to reflect on the things that matter most to you.

Finding time alone lets you check direction.  It lets you  determine whether you’re still on course.

It helps answer the questions,   “Where am I right now?  Where am I going?”  Yes, take a moment to recharge.  You’ll see more clearly how to take that next step.

What do you truly want?

When you know what you truly want, set out to get it.  Following a few simple suggestions helps.

See the end goal.  Remember why you started.  Keep focus.

Reflect on the journey.  It’s your story; it’s your journey.  Move at your own pace, one step at a time.

Keep momentum (write every day).  The world is a busy place. Find your “quiet time.”  Then, listen to your heart.  After all, dreams are born there.

Resist. Don’t give up.  Goals whittle away when you stop asking,   “What do I truly want?”

You have a story to tell.  It is yours, and yours alone.  Tell it.

Don’t Quit

“Winners never quit, and quitters never win.”  – Vince Lombardi

Remember, the world is a busy place.  Don’t let the noise drown your dreams.  Check your course.  Stay focused.

Share how you find “quiet time.”  What do you do to recharge and revisit your goals?

Meanwhile, know your story matters.

Sunshine and rainbows!

S. Whitten

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One thought on “Where Are You Going?”

  1. Finding alone time is necessary to keep yourself focused on your own personal goals. You cant allow daily life, whether it be kids, grandkids, work, your spouse, or just housework, to occupy your whole day You have to find the time to write, to focus on YOUR passion.

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