Becoming The Person You Want To Be

- POSTED ON: Apr 11, 2011

                                      

                              
Take a look at your priorities and your goals.
Where did they come from?


Are they the products of soul-searching, self-analysis, and careful planning?
Or are they a reaction to pressures from other people?
Did you find them within yourself or within the pages of a magazine?


The answers to these questions are important
because they tell you if the person you're becoming
is someone you want to be.
Here's another way to look at a goal:
do you want it, or do you just think you should want it?


It's not easy to follow your own direction in life.
But it's more possible than you may think.


Question everything.
Every priority in your life needs to justify why it's there.
If you can't come up with a good reason
that actually comes from YOU, maybe it doesn't belong


"To be nobody but yourself
--in a world which is doing its best, night and day,
to make you everybody else—

means to fight the hardest battle
which any human being can fight;
and never stop fighting."

...................by EE Cummings, poet

 


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On Apr 11, 2011 sad wrote:
Great quote. I know I have had many a soul searching moment over the past few years.


On Apr 11, 2011 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Sue, I'm glad that you read this, and that you liked it.


On Apr 14, 2011 Dr. Collins wrote:
This is really good advice.


On Apr 14, 2011 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Thanks Ruth.

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