How Life is Like Driving…

  • It’s scary at first when you’re learning, but after a while you get the hang of it and “muscle memory” helps you handle things more smoothly.
  • Anyone can be good or bad at it at any stage or walk of life.
  • There’s always someone who can give you advice on how to be better.
  • When you trust in your ability, you always get to the right destination in the end.
  • There’s a lot of roads that lead to the same place – you can take your own route.
  • Sometimes people can drive with you and they knock your confidence – limit the amount of rides these people get.
  • If you ignore the signs it can be dangerous.
  • Your parents can teach you but in the end, you need to try for yourself in order to learn.
  • Everyone has a different style and method of travelling through.
  • Just because you can’t see your destination, doesn’t mean you’re not on the right road.
  • You can’t take the fast roads everywhere.
  • If at first you take a wrong turn, you can always find a new way to the same place.
  • You’re not allowed to stop suddenly or reverse suddenly, plan out a secure manoeuvre.
  • Practice makes perfect.
  • Trying to get everywhere too fast can be dangerous. 
  • Only by exploring do you find better ways to reach your goals.
  • It’s always better with music.
  • There’s hundreds of others on the same road as you, but you are unique.
  • Stay in your lane.
  • Focus on the road ahead – you can only look back now and again but never leave your focus there. 
  • Things can get really complicated.
  • Backseat drivers are the worst – trust in yourself.
  • Sometimes you have to do it in murky conditions.
  • There’s more than one perspective to take.
  • Always consider your blind spots.
  • Always have a hand on the wheel.
  • Don’t forget to take care of your vessel. 
  • Every vessel needs to refuel and recharge. 
  • If you trust in your ability then you’ll do just fine… 

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