Straight line not required

Do you have a destination in mind for your life?

If not, that’s okay. You don’t need to have things figured out.

If you do, good for you! Just remember that, even if you know where you’re going, you don’t need to move there in a straight line.

Your life is not “successful” if you pick a destination and head there as fast as possible.

Your life is also not a “failure” if you’re not sure where you’re going, or if you’re going there in a roundabout way.

Trial and error is part of the deal.

It is certainly possible that where you’re heading won’t lead you to where you want to be. But consider the possibility, too, that you might end up exactly where you want to be—you just can’t see how yet.


— Peter

P.S. Having trouble figuring out whether you’re heading in the right direction? Let’s talk about it in a free 30-minute coaching call.

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