To achieve the larger goals that we set in life, it often takes more time than we think it should. At certain points near the very end, we come to feel as though we are no longer on course. This is when many stop, but the right thing to do is to start again. The differential changes required to achieve the goal often lie towards the end.
To begin again, go back as if this were day one of your journey. Reset and recalibrate with your original why and your purpose to pursue the goal. Determine what has worked, what changes have been affected thus far and what is next to move forward.
To be on course again, discern what changes you will need to make in yourself. It is often you that must change at this point to complete the last mile or two. Remain open to learn through the end.
“Progress is impossible without change; and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.” — George Bernard Shaw —