What’s Your GPS for Business and for Life?

This week’s 2-Minute Monday Mindset is on how to get to where you want to go.

What’s YOUR GPS for business and life?

By GPS I mean what’s your guide, and who’s your guide?

Back in the old days when I was younger, I got lost a lot.

Thank goodness there was this thing called The Thomas Guide back then.

You would have these physical paper maps and try to find where you were going.

But oftentimes, I still got lost!

I think that God made the modern-day GPS system just for me so I no longer got lost.

And it had me reflecting.

We all need a guide.

We all need someone to help direct us to the right way to go and how to get there.

How to get there the fastest, and the safest, and for the best for us.

So what is YOUR GPS? 

What or who is YOUR guide for what YOU want to accomplish, for what you want to be, and who you want to be?

There are lots of ways to find your guides and find your GPS.

There are coaches, mentors, peers, friends and family.

Whoever it is, find them and reach out to them!

And usually, get more than just one GPS.

When you have more people in support and to guide you in specific specialty areas, it will help you decide what is best for you.

Think about that. Determine what your GPS is then get it, and your guide.

And I’ll see YOU at the next 2MMM!

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