If I can only turn back time, there are so many things I would do differently. In my life I was doing everything wrong. I didn’t listen to my own inner voice. I took my family and friends for granted. I didn’t listen to the wisdom my mother and grandfather gave me. I thought I knew it all.
On top of everything, I blew the opportunities that came my way. I self sabotaged every good thing in my life.
“I was following the wrong crowd”
I didn’t know that for every action I took I would be held accountable. I didn’t think about it at the time. I just did what I thought I was supposed to be doing. I thought any shortcuts were as good as taking the long road to success. I really had it wrong.
You see, history has a way of repeating itself when we don’t make corrections and reflect on the actions and decisions we take.
“No matter what I do I can never get back that time”
In the midst of all my trials and tribulations, there’s one thing that’s been consistent. I always have the ability to connect and empathize with people.
The best part of my job is the satisfaction of knowing that if I can help someone save precious time and make better choices than I did, then I’ve done what I’ve been called to do in this lifetime.