The Finish Line Is The Shortest Part Of The Trip

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At the risk of getting all motivational-postery, I’ve been pondering my propensity toward impatience. I always want to be in the future. “It’s the journey that counts, not the destination.” But actually they are both good. One isn’t better than the other, just shorter. You are short changing your ‘be here now’ time by living for a finish line. I have to remind myself DAILY to really, truly experience each small step, to be conscious of and appreciate the progress as well as the goal. Here’s to the next realized baby step. Cheers.

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