You Have the Opportunity To Change Your Life Right Now

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“I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.” —Jimmy Dean

We all have dreams, especially when we were little kids. Dreams are what motivates us in the morning, keeps us pushing ourselves in school, and grinding in the workplace. Having dreams help give us a sense of purpose.

If you’re life isn’t where you want it to be, there is good news for you: you can do something about it. In fact, you can always do something about it. There isn’t a law that says you have to be stuck in a rut. You always have the opportunity to do something different to change your life’s direction.

You can choose to be different. You can push yourself to be stronger, wiser, and smarter. Doing what you’ve always done will keep you at the same place you’re at, so in order to improve your life, you will have to improve your habits. You will have to think more positively. You will have to make smarter decisions, hopefully based on data, wisdom from past experiences, and common sense.

You can choose to believe in your dreams. Your dreams help remind you that the present is temporary, and that the future will be better if you’re actively working toward your goals. Big dreams can be scary. Looking at them can be overwhelming. Believing in them can be intimidating. Those are the dreams that are worth it and help make life worth living.


Life is beautiful, but will always be challenging. We can get better at figuring it out over time, but there is only so much we do have control over and a lot that we don’t have any control over. A key thing to remember is that we do have some control in life; it’s our thoughts, decisions, and actions. No matter what life throws at us, we can think, decide, and act accordingly in order to keep us on the path towards our dreams.

Roderick Conwi is a professional development coach and writes at NourishmentNotes.com about lifestyle development. He is also the author of The Procrastinator's Quick Guide To Getting It Done. To get powerful insights that enhance your day, join his free newsletter.

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