What is it that you are building?
If you don’t know what you want to build, then it doesn’t matter what you do.
Too often when we are dissatisfied with our lot in life the default reaction is we want to escape our lot.
While this could be an effective way to move out of our dissatisfaction, most likely we will be trading one set of problems for another set of problems.
Then the cycle repeats itself we want to move out of that set of problems and we end up moving to a new set of problems.
We end up spinning our wheels, taking one step forward and two steps back.
It is a pernicious demoralizing existence.
And then we question ourselves because we get frustrated at not making any progress.
Why is it that we didn’t make the progress that we wanted to make?
Did we spend enough time deciding what we want to accomplish?
Did we envision what we wanted to build?
Did we take the time to map our what steps we wanted to take to have a blueprint?
If we don’t know where we want to go then any road will take us there.