To enjoy the spirit of success in life, we must always strive to make good decisions to end up in good places. In the world of social media, texting, instant messaging, the Internet, and email, one may not get a second chance to right a wrong. And, even if afforded a second chance, you will always be reminded of the mistake that you made.
As a rule, try not to make instantaneous decisions unless you absolutely have too. Your decisions should be based on accurate information, well thought out, to make informed decisions about your direction in life. Knowledge and information should be attained from source experts. Stay away from “the water cooler” when making important decisions. Be mindful and careful who you decide to trust in life.
Life is constant transition. Time is a precious commodity not to be wasted. James E. Faust said, “In this life, we have to make many choices. Some are very important choices. Some are not. Many of our choices are between good and evil. The choices we make, however, determine to a large extent our happiness or our unhappiness, because we have to live with the consequences of our choices.”
Recommended for encouragement, and enlightenment: Diversity settings, all transitioning military veterans, active duty military, military retirees and dependents, middle, high school or college graduates/attendees, business offices, military settings, churches, religious or spiritual settings, sports, government, or general settings for conversation and reflection.