Driving or a passenger?
leading or lead?
Do you feel or better still know that you’re in charge of where you are going? Do you feel you are your driver with a road map and directions?
Do you feel like a passenger being taken on a journey to who (Not You) knows where without a destination and I guess feeling a little lost?
We’d all like to feel the first yet I think we more often feel the second – or is that just me?
Let’s muse this together over the next 5 minutes or so as just understanding this can make the first more obtainable.
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