Which Road Do I Take?

Posted on 12. Mar, 2011 by Wendy in Inspiration, Personal Development

I love having thought provoking questions and quotes waiting for me in my inbox…thank you, Brain Tracy, for this passage from Alice in Wonderland!

It’s one that hits home for me as I’ve found myself standing at the fork in the road many times on this journey called life.

One day Alice came to a fork in the road and saw a Cheshire cat in a tree. “Which road do I take?” she asked. “Where do you want to go?” was his response. “I don’t know,” Alice answered. “Then,” said the cat, “it doesn’t matter.”"
– Lewis Carroll, author

Do you know where you want to go?

The choices you make today WILL determine your future…

If you desire to earn more you have to learn more…if you desire to retire and enjoy abundance you have to plan in advance to do so…if you plan to live a healthy, vibrant, life you have to make daily “choices” that will help you do that.

So often in life we find ourselves in a place that we didn’t intend to end up…so many roads to choose from…roads that lead to personal growth or stagnancy…roads that lead to abundance or lack…roads that lead to health or illness…

If you find yourself on a road that’s heading to a destination that isn’t to your liking get off!

It’s NEVER too late to go in a new direction…to take a new road to a better destination…to wake up every day wondering what new and exciting opportunities are waiting for us if we will only “choose” to BELIEVE it is so and take ACTION.

“The degree that a person is willing to change is dependant upon the degree of discomfort they feel in their present moment” Brain Tracy

Why wait for discomfort to change?

Cheers to new roads and great destinations!

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One Response to “Which Road Do I Take?”

  1. Val Wilcox

    22. Mar, 2011

    This is one of my favorite sayings from Alice in Wonderland. If you don’t know where you’re going, anyplace will do, but if you find your self where you don’t want to be – for goodness sakes – get out of there!

    We are in charge of our thoughts and actions, so when we get into areas that don’t serve us, it’s time to act and move on. Staying stuck doesn’t help anyone. Taking an active role in your life does.

    Great reminder Wendy,
    Val :)


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