Life's highway is an endless landscape of on-ramps, off-ramps, and accidents, and how we navigate this metaphor in our minds and in practice charts our journey and its destination (milestones).
Hindsight is always 20/20, but there is a personal development system that empowers individuals to make better choices in foresight.
It's call cross-cultural performance mastery, and its practitioners travel with higher purpose while enjoying a more rewarding journey.
Some losses (accidents) may seem insignificant, but they can have limiting psychological ramifications that pull us towards unintended or even undesirable realities. We passively call it fate or bad luck, while not realizing greater awareness could have made our eventual outcomes a proactive choice.
When I was 16, I lost my hand.
A foolish accident that resulted in several severed tendons in my left hand derailed my aspirations to play in the majors (baseball). I was forced to take an alternative route (offramp), and now realize...