Is Your Autobiography Ready For Revision?
I recently came across my biography and paused to read it. I was impressed by my achievements, awards, and accomplishments. I was proud of my higher learning degrees, professional memberships, and community service. It acknowledged my years of service and commitment to my career.
As I think about the next phase of my journey toward retirement, I no longer desire a biography of the past. People will expect me to continue on this same path in the future. They won’t understand that all the power I gained and skills I used to build my biography . . . I want to leave behind in order to use new powers; powers of peace and contentment.
When you read my “autobiography” . . . I want you to read that I took moments for myself, traveled, smiled, and spent time with family and friends. I want you to read that I took time to reset my clock, I moved forward at my pace, and I utilized new powers! The future is just that . . . new time to leave your proven powers behind or expand them to the next level. I bet even Superman got bored from checking everyone out with his x-ray vision!