It is never too early (or too late) to lay the cornerstone to the future.
It’s that time of the year for graduations. All that promise and potential of tomorrow needs a plan today. Girding and sustaining the plan is one’s purpose. High school graduates make plans for college or a job –
immediate plans. But what of plans for life? Most dreams dance in our heads, but never get committed in lead. Grab a pencil and write down your dreams and make your plans right now.
And for those of us long past our graduation ceremony, we reflect on the optimism of youth and the promises of tomorrow. Yet as the years (decades) have slipped away, has your promise and potential given way to pessimism and mortgage payments? Let’s hope not. Today, lay the cornerstone of tomorrow by articulating your purpose. You have experience as your ally and are richer and wiser for it – be encouraged and make your