Quote of the Week

 

Here is a quote from a writer who lived on the outside of the social scene.  An eccentric who’s writings were not respected while alive but has influenced contemporary writers of this and the last century.  Who said this…

“Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.” Soren Kierkegaard

I guess another way of saying this is “hindsight is 20/20” or “if only I had known___”.  The point is sometimes we don’t know WHY things happen but in time the answers are revealed to us.  In the meantime…since we have no choice but to live forwards might as well take a leap….

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Quote of the Week

quote of the week

“If you don’t design your own life plan, chances are you’ll fall into somebody else’s plan.  And guess what they have planned for you?  Not much.”  Jim Rohn

Start planning! Start making decisions that are in your own best interests.  Start dreaming about the future, you control it.  Set a new goal and think about how you’ll get there.  You can do it!

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photo credit: Lynn Knowlton from Design the Life You Want to Live

p.s. check out her site. She’s inspiring, fun and gives tips on designing a great life…ya, right on topic

How did you design your life plan?

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