I believe to my core that the choices we make define who we really are, because they lead to actions that take us in intended and unintended directions. We need to make life choices that enable us to live a spirited life.
I grew up on a family farm in South Dakota. From milking cows to plowing fields, hard work planted the value of seeing progress happen; expansive prairies highlighted the possibilities of what can be; and harvested crops proved that you have to plant seeds to grow and produce an outcome.
I believe having a life philosophy is much more important than MBOs or a life plan.