Changing Course

I have found that, “If you don’t see the light at the end of the proverbial tunnel, you should change direction, turn the corner or change your tunnel.” As easy as this may sound making life changes are sometimes opportunities for growth. What I mean is a change of personal or professional goals requires some sacrifice.

I was enlightened when my health required me to undergo major brain surgery. It was a great opportunity for me to change my overall weight, exercise routine and eating habits. I even became a marathon runner at the age of forty-seven never runner more than a mile when I was forty-six.

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I then turned my new passion of running  becoming a first responder fitness specialist and couch to 5k coach. Since the surgery in 2013 and 2015, I was unemployed. Once I was employed again I seized the fitness opportunity.

So you see anyone can take a seemingly no hope situation if you are willing to try something new. Sometimes uncharted territory in your life can be the best thing. All I can say is don’t ever give up or give in to your current situation.