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The ONLY way to choose an ideal destination

Motivational Speaker, AmyK shares the ONLY way to choose an ideal destination

I can spend hours looking at maps & seeing how things connect.

Maps are awesome for giving us choices on how to get from point A to point B.

But when it comes to picking a destination to travel to in the first place all maps fail.

Because they’re the wrong tool.

The only way to choose an ideal destination is to rely on our inner compass.

And it’s hard to get an accurate reading sometimes.

If we’re moving too fast, spinning in all directions, reacting to everything and everyone, we can’t get a True North.

It’s only when we quiet the outside noises and the inside fears, when we tune out the critics & judgers and tune into our intuition do we hear that quiet voice that knows exactly where it wants to go.

Hugs,

AmyK





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