“It is good to have an end to journey toward, but it is the journey that matters, in the end.”
—Ernest Hemingway, American author and journalist
If you examine the statistics related to life satisfaction and happiness, you will discover a fundamental trend. Those who are satisfied and happy consistently engage in their own life journey with a strong sense of meaning and purpose.
Far too many people lack this drive as they begin the day. They often wish parts of their lives away as they look forward to a weekend, or a vacation. In some cases, they look forward to retiring from what they experience as a dead-end job.
How can you be more of a map-maker and explorer in your professional and personal life, in order to make each day a fulfilling and satisfying journey?