Some of you might be wondering about the title and what it actually means.
Let me ask you,
Have you ever been driving and there is a person racing to get ahead? They are all over the place driving crazy and they are racing to get to the front of everyone else. They are in a hurry, so they cut people off, zig and zag, but in the end when you all get to the next red light they are sitting right next to you again, where they started or maybe even behind you?
So how does that relates to achieving our everyday freedom? For me, I have been searching for a way to achieve
My Every Day Freedom on-line for the last four and a half years, going on five years now. Because of my financial situation I have been in a hurry to find a way to make a lot of money to get out of debt as soon as possible. But by being in a panic and a hurry – I ended up chasing every shiny object, buying tons of stuff that would not possibly work or help me achieve my goal.
So in essence because I did not slow down and take the time take to think about what I really wanted to do and what would actually work for me, I have spend a lot of time getting Nowhere Slow.
If you have not watched the video in my last post: “What would do if money was no object?” –
Please, take the time and watch it right now. It is only 3 minutes long.
My point is: Because I didn’t slow down, I have taken a long time to get Nowhere Slow,
instead of Somewhere Fast.
All because I have been in a panic and frantic to hurry up.
Take some time, slow down, take a deep breath and think about what it is you really want to do. If you knew you couldn’t fail and that money was no object –
What would you do?
What is it that would have you jumping out of bed after sleeping to go and do?
What is Your Everyday Freedom?
If you slow down and take the time to figure out the What, the Why and How will come a lot Easier and Faster.
I know you may have heard this before, but sometimes we got to hear something more that once to take action on it. And I know this is a short post, but I have found true wisdom does not have to come in long lectures.