‘What could be’ is a much better friend than ‘What could have been.’ It’s not too late to be friends with ‘What could be.’
How to stay happily together: Work through problems together.
If a common practice feels wrong, it may be time for an uncommon one that feels right to make things even better. Trust your gut.
Learn quickly from setbacks to lengthen your stride to go forward. But wait, there’s more. Setbacks won’t set you back as long.
Most things work out in the end if you work on the next one thing to the end. The end (of that one). Next one? Begin.
Pour everything you have into what you love and you’ll never be empty. Do what you love for those you love. Fill ‘er up.
When it doesn’t feel right, make a U-turn. Your inner GPS doesn’t lie. Dead ahead is deadly trouble. Turn around.
If you ask WHY and WHY NOT a lot, the WHAT, the HOW, the WHERE, the WHO and the WHEN will show up, a LOT. Why? Why not?
If you could have it, would you take it? Good question. Are you willing to do what it takes to have it? Better one. Answer?
If you have the itch to follow your niche, scratch it. If it leads only to dead ends, ditch and re-niche.
Most who seek advice already know the answer. Ask them this question, ‘If you had the answer, what might it be?’ Hello, Answer.
At the crossroads of *Been There/Done That* is a ladder to a great place you’ve never been. Do something different. Climb it.