This is a Trek

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This is a trek.

Downed trees on the trails we need make the decision to jump over or crawl under.

Established roots rearing up on the trail that trip us up if we aren’t watching our step.

Unexpected bends and landscapes on portages.

Potential nocuous plants on each side of the trail we travel ready to give us a seven minute sting, itch or blister.

We can’t control the landscape.

We KNOW what the past was.
We are DISCOVERING what is now.
We DON’T KNOW what will be.
We can INFLUENCE what could be.

Choosing to identify what we can control, areas we have influence and things we cannot control allow us to feel less like victims of our circumstances. We discover we are contributors and influencers.

You and I control our contribution and impact. That contribution and impact is directly influenced by what we focus on, what feed our minds, hearts and souls with.

We can’t control the landscape.

We can control our decisions as we trek. We can influence how we leave the trail behind us for others to travel.

#tendtothetables #leaveitbetterthanyoufoundit #challenge #opportunity #trailblazer #pathfinder #pioneer #bethechange

Want to process what you can control, cannot control and can influences in a current challenge? Here’s a tool to gain some insight on your next brave step to navigate the trail you are on.

 

3 responses to “This is a Trek”

  1. Thank you for putting this out there. I agree with your opinion and I hope more people would come to agree with this as well.

  2. Was looking for some takes regarding this topic and I found your article quite informative. It has given me a fresh perspective on the topic tackled. Thanks!

    • Thank you for the kind response. The pursuit of being relentlessly in reframing challenges without dismissing pain allows for authentic responses and discoveries that elevate people over problems.
      Grateful the words spoke to you. Sandy

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