Your future will depend on how well you master innovation and certain disciplines in life.
How you alone decide to continuously learn and apply these effective rituals will make all the difference.
How many times have you repeated some of these same tasks, same rules, or same endeavors in order to achieve the goals that have been set for you or that you alone have set for yourself?
Many famous books have been written about finding your purpose, “Your Why”, yet what is it that drives your aspirations because you excel at some God given talent.
Having a talent that is discovered by your parents, a teacher or some other mentor or coach is only just the beginning.
Growing up in small town America or a little suburb outside a large U.S. metro city is the place you first learn about any potential talents you were born with.
It is not until you leave it and venture beyond your own locality to see the rest of the world outside your own neighborhood, that you will discover your ambitions, and what real talents you would like to pursue.
Who will you trust to be your instructors, coaches, your mentors, your colleagues and your institution, company, organization, agency or service for building and accelerating your disciplines as you grow older?
Will you choose a venture introduced by a parent, a coach or someone you want to be like some day? Will your choice to learn a particular skill or area of knowledge change your life trajectory forever?
Yes it will.
The focused skills and the area of knowledge you choose to pursue will become your path to the future.
One truth is, you must find yourself “Doing” far more time than just time “Thinking”.
Getting out of your own local domain, doing more into the unknown with others, will gradually build new valuable skills and your growing knowledge.
Perhaps more important, it will build more real experiences. Experience is what you choose to do and you combine this with your life aspiration. The strong desire to achieve something great.
You will continuously make choices to create opportunities or challenges. How you learn from these truly creates your portfolio of life and career experiences.
Where have you traveled? Who have you trusted? What have you learned? Why did you decide to gain experience in _ _ _ _ _?
Always remember. How will your aspiration and experience achieve a positive good and greatness with others you care about?
Remember the day you look in the rear view mirror and see your Mother and/or Father shedding a tear while waving at you, as your life is accelerating into the future.
Will you make a positive difference…Godspeed!