What do you want to achieve?
Where do you want to go?
Do you know where to start?
Do you know where you want to finish?
Would you like a life that holds a bit of adventure? Do you want to stretch yourself a little bit further? Are there new skills you would like to learn?
Will you want to be in the same place and doing the same things 3 months, 6 months, 12 months, or more, from now?
If you have bigger goals, then you are not alone. The ability to control and direct movement is a fundamental skill. Historically and scientifically the capacity of movement has designated the difference between the living and “non-living’ world.
For thousands of years human beings have measured their own supreme domination over the natural world through great feats of engineering and human endeavour, from the construction of the Ancient Pyramids to modern day Space Travel.
However, these achievements are only possible because of the underlying human capacities to connect, create meaning, and work together towards common greater goals.
The capacity to be truly human cannot be measured in great things alone, but is more truly seen in the daily achievement of the many little things. These are the tasks that preserve and sustain life. ensuring the community continues to be shared and experienced by all.
Just like sailors we need to pay attention to things around us that can impact on our lives; the wind, the stars, the currents of the seas, and a myriad of daily hidden dangers; if we are to reach our goals.
We need plans, like maps, to help us navigate the stressors of life. Unless we have these it will be difficult to find the places of safe haven to replenish our internal and physical resources.
Finally, we need daily actions to support these plans and goals: turning efforts into achievements and dreams into reality.
Very few people can travel completely solo, and even those that do will tell you of the tremendous and consistent supports they received to make their achievements possible.
So, when you are thinking of setting out on your course, make sure that you have the right tools, resources and people behind you. Look for people who know how to navigate the hazards and get you to the places that YOU want to go. Make sure that they ask great questions and show genuine interest in who you are.
You choose the people who will support you, because it is your choice and your right.
After all, It is your life.
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