IT’S TOUGH TO DECIDE what you want to do with your life.
Funny, how young people often know that instinctively. It’s easy for them to shrug off the constant pestering from adults … “What are you going to be when you grow up?”
“I don’t know. I’m still a kid!” is a perfectly good answer.
How about when you’re 30 or 40 or 60 years old, though?
How to Know What You Want to Do With Your Life
I got hung up at Indecision Junction for years. Here’s a big problem: I’m interested in just about everything. Life fascinates me. People fascinate me. Rocks fascinate me.
How do you choose to walk in one certain direction when there’s 360 degrees of possibility surrounding you?
Here’s some really good news for those so afflicted: You don’t have to miss out on anything … nothing at all. Your options are always with you.
Getting Started on the 100-Day Walk
The 100-Day Walk isn’t about anything more than you want it to be about. Maybe write in your journal every day for 100 days — that’s not the same as committing to writing a novel. It’s an entirely doable and non-scary goal.
Or maybe trading in whatever you’re now drinking — be it Dr. Pepper or Crown Royal — for 100 days of experiencing the joy of water and lemon or lime.
The purpose of the 100-Day Walk isn’t necessarily to take on your most pressing issues. That’s because the REAL ISSUE is your relationship with yourself.
How to know what you want to do? Check in and find out. But take your time. Don’t rush it. Listen.
This is 100 days of getting back in touch with YOU and reintroducing a concept called “self control.” You pick what you’re going to call the shot on, then we work together to make sure it happens.