No matter what happens, my mind keeps coming back to what I feel most responsible to do. That is – to make a difference in this world. A positive difference! I am grateful that it is my purpose to make a difference in this world. No matter what I have experienced in my life, I have not abandoned the notion of my purpose.
Over the years, I have journeyed towards that destination. I have traversed through many careers, met many acquaintances, suffered some hurts, developed some habits, and yet I refused to let go of purpose.
There were times when I thought that I would never achieve it. This morning it occurred to me that my lack of consistency in almost everything I do has a great deal to do with many of my setbacks over the years.
I made the excuse,”I am a child of chaos; therefore, I am most comfortable with it. I dislike structure! I am free-flowing…blah, blah, blah!”
Once I became a teacher and responsible for creating STRUCTURE to facilitate a positive learning environment for my students, I realized that STRUCTURE isn’t a foe, but a friend.
I believe we teach best what we need to learn. I also said I would allow my blog readers to hold me accountable.
Side note: Since I have been inconsistent in blogging, I only have a few readers. I started blogging a few years ago, but was not consistent. My excuses kept me from it.
Realization: To achieve my purpose, I must be more consistent. If I am to BE more consistent, I must have more STRUCTURE.
The journey towards consistency starts now…stay with me.