When You Just Keep Walking

This is my hope for everyone. That you keep walking.  Once you decide where you want to go and more importantly why, then what needs to be done is to strap on a good pair of shoes and start walking.  An interesting thing happens when you start walking and you don't stop.  From time to time you get to look over your shoulder and it gives you a perspective of just how far you have come.  Before long your house gets smaller and smaller until you can't see it anymore.  Then your street disappears out of sight.  Pretty soon you are walking along a road that you don't recognize.  When this happens you begin to realize that you must have come a good long way.  I had that feeling today.  Walking in the doors of this monolith of a building after crossing a parking lot that would rival the CNE.  Checking in at reception I traded off my photo ID for a pass that would allow me access to the building.  I was collected in the lobby by a Vice President and shown to a large boardroom where those present had assembled to hear what I had to say.  Those in the room were part of one of the largest insurance companies in the world.  After my talk was over and I had signed out and was walking back across the parking lot, I looked over my shoulder to see where I had just come from.  I didn't recognize it.  There was nothing familiar about this from my past. Nothing of my childhood growing up in fear and being along living on the streets  Perspectives - Where you are now has nothing to do with where you can go by Randy Taylor of Taylormade Leadership @TheWinnerWithin (Social)I felt somewhat overwhelmed and quite honestly in awe.  Nothing I was looking at was familiar and I realized something.  I had come such a long distance from the days as a teen living on the streets that I no longer recognized the scenery.  Here is what all this means I guess.  The process is constant for us all.  If you keep going the day will come when you won't recognize a thing.  That's what happens when you just keep walking.  Have an excellent day. Be well, Randy Taylor
Taylormade Leadership

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