Yogi Berra famously said:
“When you come to a fork in the road, take it.”
This can be interpreted a number of ways:
- The first is that a lot of our day is spent doing stuff that seems urgent but really isn’t.
- The second is that sometimes making a decision is better than not making a decision at all (which, in it’s own way, is still making a decision).
- Third, there are times we take things a little too seriously. Be present in the moment and, when in doubt, add in a little humor.
- Fourth, don’t be afraid to change course when you believe the direction is not right. There are no mistakes, only learning experiences. Life is full of moments of self-correction.
- Fifth, trust yourself. Your gut feelings, your heart, your soul, they all seem to already know.
- Your turn.