Every man is the architect of his own future
We all have an idea of where we would like our futures to lie but is this really achievable? When we come into this world are futures are partly determined by our family situation and general environment. As we grow older, we start to make more individual choices about how we would like our lives to proceed. We face challenges and decision making that will sculpt our pathway through life. The outcomes of these decisions are never fully in our control, and they never will be, it is how we deal with them that can determine what could happen in our future. Our Living and working environments have a huge influence upon our personal decision making. It is up to us as individuals to decide if we want to break free from things that we deem oppressive. Some people have this quality, and others simply don’t have the strength of character or inclination to change and are just happy with their ‘job lot’ in life. How people decide to approach life can depict how they live their lives. Take into consideration the common expression “Is the glass half empty or half full?” The answer to this question seems to divide people into two simple categories. Those with a positive outlook and those with a negative outlook. People who are self-motivated, confident and positive tend to forge forward in life, whilst those who are timid, insecure and with a more negative aspect towards life tend to be less high achievers. We all have the tendency to map out our lives in our minds, how we see ourselves in our future. That can be with regards to a career choice, family plans or personal goals. Everybody has a wish list. Whilst we can make decisions to move towards these aspirations it is impossible to know if we will achieve any of them. Outside influences are continually brushing up against our personal lives and this makes our future unpredictable and exciting. Life-changing events can influence people’s personalities. Some of these changes we...
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