I sincerely believe that it is far more beneficial and far less costly to help a child build confidence than it is to fix an adult who has little or none.

Do you choose to stay stuck?

on January 21, 2013

Some very good points made in this blog.

Life...Outrageously Real Insights.

There is a cliché that says, “The only constant is change.” I believe it is true. All around us, the world is in constant motion. People moving … cars flying by … kids in a constant state of movement … time stopping for no one. You get the picture. So tell me, why is it that in all of that constant change — all of that energy and movement — some people just cannot seem to get out of the rut of life. The truth: it is a choice. People stay stuck in the places in life they say they don’t want to be because they choose to remain in the ruts that put them there.

Life isn’t a movie and this sure isn’t “Groundhog Day!”

If you seriously want to have a better life, then you have to make the decision to get yourself out of the rut you…

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One response to “Do you choose to stay stuck?

  1. thoughtsfromanamericanwoman says:

    Thanks for sharing.

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