Sailing the Seas

You’re in a boat sailing across the Atlantic Ocean from New York to Spain. In your haste to progress, you make a minor mistake in calculating your route – you turn the wheel just a few millimeters to the north. After months of exhausting travel, you finally reach the shore – ecstatic with your accomplishment, you kiss the beach. But, there’s a problem. You’ve landed on the coast of Norway, not Spain. What happened?

Small changes make a big difference with passing time. Those navigating the currents of life must beware and be active. Everyone has five minutes a day of free time. What if we invested that five minutes in our future? What if we re-calibrated our personal trajectory? What if we turned the wheel just a few millimeters to the south?

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