I always hear œIt’s not the journey, it’s the destination. Uh, no. It’s ALL about the destination by which I mean too often we live in a moment of fear/stress/worry, when what we should be doing is asking ourselves, œWho do I want to be in five years? then acting like that person.
There’s a reason that œdestiny and œdestination sound alike. Be the person you hope to be when you die, and you’ll find a very different journey for yourself.