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“To reach a port, we must sail—Sail, not tie at anchor—Sail, not drift.”
Franklin Roosevelt

In your own life, are you taking the easy, safe and comfortable route or do you force yourself to take the road less travelled?

Personally and professionally, I have endured through many travels- some difficult challenges and some extraordinary opportunities. In all of these experiences, I have learned to appreciate every moment and live in the moment.

Admittedly, in my most difficult, dangerous journeys, I was forced to rise to the occasion, exerting resistance that strengthened my muscles and propelled me to distances and heights beyond what I knew were possible.

To sail, in my opinion, means to live a purposed life aspiring to reach higher levels of performance and productivity coupled with helping those around you achieve their highest potential.

To that end, do you believe it is important to struggle at times throughout your life’s journey to ultimately achieve greatness?

Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

Until next time, smooth sailing to all my current and future Preston Byrd (PB) followers.