Road Trip!

Posted by Brenda Yoho

Have you ever planned a road trip?

I like to plan things and know precisely what is happening and how to prepare. When you plan on taking a trip, you typically want to see the destination, the time of the journey, and all of the items you need to take. Sounds reasonable!

When you think about reaching your potential, it is applying the same applications to a road trip. You need to know where you are going, what is the time-line of your plan and what is needed.

On the road, you will see many signs. One significant one to watch is the speed limit! As you work to find your rhythm towards your potential, making massive rapid changes will not be the best approach. When we approach too fast with expectations of significant change, we burn out quickly, mistakes happen, and we find ourselves giving up. I would say, pick me. Find someone to talk with, a coach, mentor or a trusted support person to help you stay on track, not the race track!

If you are reading this, begin a conversation to ask others to join in connecting. Follow and ask questions. Not everyone is trying to make money, but a difference in lives of others to help them reach their potential. Asking that first question can always seem to be scary, but it should not be. Questions help to fill your travel bags with the knowledge you need to store up energy to push you forward.

Pack your bag for potential!

  • Map out your destination
  • Time-line to follow
  • Daily habits needed to maintain a success focus
  • Music to keep rhythm to monitor pace
  • Phone to call a friend, coach, mentor or trusted support
  • Notebook for questions

The roads we travel

We had no idea where we were going and what we would be doing. We took a variety of things to stay for two weeks. We headed south! We knew we wanted to go somewhere in Florida!

My husband and I have been together since high school. Young kids at the age of 16 years old and we have travel so many roads. The journey we have had together is very full. We continue to enjoy each day and the gifts they bring. Some days bring more than others, but each day is wrapped special with lessons to learn.

I am happy to say the biopsy completed on my left arm is not cancer. The report came in today. I am very thankful! My medical teams do great jobs in making sure I am receiving the best care. I am still completing treatments for my breast cancer and I will keep you posted! Thank you for following and being part of the solution daily.

"I only have 2 rules!"
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