“In rebuilding a broken world, we will have the chance to choose a less hurried life.” – Dr. Alan Lightman
Let’s face it, the world is suffering a crisis that most of us have never experienced before and we are all wondering what this is going to look like when the dust finally settles. We are feeling out of control as we helplessly watch a virus ravage our population. We watch as the economy comes to a screeching halt while the stock market tumbles inevitably into a bear market. Many of us are worried about what this will do to us financially. 401k’s, pensions and all other retirement and investment accounts are at risk and we have no guarantee that the market will recover like it has in the past. But I am not here to talk to you about your retirement or financial statement as I am not a financial expert by any means. Instead, I am here to talk to you about your most valuable asset.
I really didn’t want to write about this today, but it was the prompt I pulled randomly out of my box of journal prompts so I challenged myself to tackle this topic. Writing about relationships that are draining seemed like a difficult topic because I am picky about who I allow in my life so I didn't think I had any truly draining relationships, but as I started writing, the relationship I discovered I did and the most draining relationship I found surprised me.
So, you have set your goal, now what? Well, in the wise words spoken from Thomas Jefferson, "If you want something you've never had, you've got to do something you've never done." Yet, the question still remains, how do I do something I have never done or don't know how to do? Whether your goals are physical, emotional, spiritual or financial, I will cover how you can take the first steps to successfully achieving your goal by starting with the least you can do.