Discovering Your Yearly Rhythms
Remember when you were young and adults would always ask us, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” When you were in elementary school you said things like firefighter, professional athlete, rock star, etc. But, as you got older your answers matured to things like teacher, lawyer, author, and for many of us, as we began to work in those careers we have found ourselves losing some optimism about life.
Eventually we learned we weren’t that great of an athlete; and for the majority of us we learned that although we were able to acquire a job as we got older, we also learned about many other areas of our life where we were deficient; health, relationships, finances, friendships, intellect, and over time we started to lose some optimism about life. It happens to all of us. If it hasn’t, just wait.
The yearly rhythms outlined in this book have been established to help us re-capture some youthful optimism about life. It is a chance to return to that aged old question, “What do I want to be when I grow up?” It’s not too late. There are still so many new opportunities in front of us, but for us to make the most of those opportunities then we must know what we are trying to accomplish in life.
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