Life In The Fast Lane!

David Joseph Saker, Ph.D., ILCT

Life In The Fast Lane

On a recent road trip, I was thoroughly entranced by the wonders of the desert terrain when a big old semi began slowing down in front of me and I flipped on my turn signal to pass – more out of instinct than conscious thought.

And it occurred to me that passing others is frequently something we encounter on many levels throughout our life. Whether it’s raising the bar to pass your competition, or letting go of the past as it becomes a distant memory in your rear view mirror – we all have these moments and how we “pass” them by is very telling.

For example, conventional wisdom in Driver’s Ed 101 is that when you are passing someone on the highway, you focus on your own lane and not the vehicle you are passing. And for good reason!

Have you ever caught yourself…

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