“Success…seems to be connected with action. Successful men keep moving. They make mistakes, but they don’t quit.” (Conrad Hilton)
If you were to apply a traffic sign to your life right now, what would it be? A stop sign? A yellow light? Caution arrows? Speed bump ahead?
Possibly. One other to consider is the rare, black & white “Keep Moving” sign. It only appears on right turns that have their own lane, and it’s a tough one to get used to. Our natural instincts always tell us to slow down or even stop at an intersection; it’s hard to turn ‘em off and keep plowing through a turn.
What it takes is trust. We have to trust that the roadmakers (and lawmakers) know what they’re doing. We have to trust that our continued motion is actually what’s best for the overall movement of those around us. Mostly, we have to trust ourselves, that we are indeed on the right path and we can indeed handle making this turn.
Of course, it’s a lot easier once you know you’re on the right path, and in the right lane.