It was at one of my favorite local restaurants that I saw a young girl staring at her computer, looking somber and almost on the verge of tears. I did not want to intrude, but the look on her face was breaking my heart. Since I had known her family for several years and knew she recently had moved into her apartment, I walked over to her and said, “Hello, Beth (not her real name!), is everything okay?” She smiled
In the path toward your goals and self-development, you will find that there are many roadblocks along the way. No doubt, you are going to face many challenges throughout the course of your life—what matters is how you choose to react to the adversity you are burdened with.
There are moments in your life where you may feel like you are not sitting in the driver’s seat. It may seem to be that you are just cruising through your own life sitting in the backseat, with no hand in where it goes.
Fifteen years ago, I was going through what you might call a rough patch. It was a Thursday. I remember that too because I had no desire to face the weekend. I pushed on through with my day’s activities because that is what we sometimes need to do. I delivered a keynote speech in the morning, and it went very well, but “my inner heart” was dealing with loss of love issues. It was all I could do to make