Mar. 29, 2016 – Daily Reflection
“A ship in the harbor is safe. But that’s not what ships are built for.”
Navigating your ship
Taking the easy way out is, well, easy. Human beings naturally stick with their normal routines because they offer feelings of security. But by staying in the same routine, you miss out on new opportunities. In 1975, a third-year student at Harvard University decided to drop out and pursue something else. The student’s name was Bill Gates. He saw an opportunity and took the risk. While this doesn’t mean that every dream will transform you into a billionaire, it shows that some of world’s geniuses took chances to follow their dreams. If you are waiting around for your goals to just fall into your lap, it could take awhile. But your goals are achievable–if you’re willing to break from the norm and cast your ship down uncharted waters.
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