“Action makes more fortune than caution.”
The past few years have been times of considerable change for most of us.
With time to reflect and explore changes in myself and others, I’ve recognized today’s quote as being spot on.
Wendy and I recently moved to a senior community outside of Philadelphia. Since then, I’ve noticed a number of trends among the residents.
The people who remain active are far younger at heart and generally have richer lives that include better health and vitality. Those folks that are less active, venture out less often, and have fewer social interactions seem to experience the opposite.
Consider reading The Power of Full Engagement by James E. Loehr and Tony Schwartz to see how being in action can support you in leading a more energetic and richer life.