There must be a few times in life when you stand at a cliff, When you realize there will forever be a before and after. The moment of truth; at that moment you realize that one way or another you have to make a choice. You are at a crossroad and the path to take is unclear to you. Many choose the easier route, the traveled path and others choose the path less traveled. At this point in life, our choices determine the rest of our life.
We are all unique with our own path in life. We are meant to travel down a different path. To make the right choice we have first and foremost find out which path will take us to live our life in harmony with our life purpose, vision and goals.
How do you know you are at a crossroad?
- You are exhausted all the time.
- Your emotions are out of control.
- You cannot make decisions.
- You don’t feel passionate about life.
- You do not trust your own judgment.
- You feel empty, missing something in your life.
- You are simply going through the motions of everyday life
Here are few things to do when you find yourself at a crossroad,
Keep your faith no matter what happens, no matter how far you seem to be away from where you want to be, never stop believing that you will somehow make it. Have a unrelenting belief that things will work out, that the long road has a purpose, that the things that you desire may not happen today, but they will happen. Persist and persevere, your desired path remains possible.
Trust your instincts; this is one of nature bequeathed tools of survival. Instincts are present in your life to tell you something. Listen to them. By connecting to your instincts and making decisions from this place you can overcome fear and move forward into the life that you know is right for you
Reevaluate and re-discover your values- the things in your life that that you feel is highly important to you. Our values keep us living on purpose and on track. When we know and honor our values life is happy and fulfilling. With values as a compass you will make the right turns in life.
Ask for help both spiritually and from fellow men. Asking for help is a sign of courage. Asking opens up communication, and helps build relationships with your connections. The truth is most people love to help and want you to succeed. So pickup your courage and ask for what you need.