Share Your What Next With The World!
When Your and You’re Are the Same
The proper use of your and you’re shouldn’t be that hard but I see mistakes all the time. Mixing these two words is a common pet peeve of writers and anyone who speaks English. So the title of this blog is enough to send school teachers, librarians, and writers into a tizzy. But I can explain!
My goal with this blog, with my book, is to get people to think about the future, to prepare for any possibility, and to find what truly excites them. Asking what next and working toward that goal is the path to success. But what is your goal?
Whatever it is, it’s your goal, you own it, and I want you to share it with me and with the world. In this section I will feature profiles of people who have asked what next and answered it with all the enthusiasm they could muster. If you are someone like that then you are what next or using the contraction, YOU’RE what next.
Refering to dreams and goals I write in the book that “if you do not let others in on the secret, then secret is what they will remain.” Alex Lee Wipf, the golfer turned restauranteur, shared the moment she was willing to let others in on the secret that golf, no matter how good she was, was not for her. “I don’t know when exactly it hit me, but I finally came to grips with reality and am willing to admit to the world…I don’t love golf,” Alex wrote in her journal.
Now it’s your turn! What is your secret that if others knew would help you to pursue your dreams and goals. Put it in writing for the world to see and then get to work making your dreams real!
By leaving a comment below you are taking the first step on a new journey. You are being proactive and letting others in on your secret. It’s OK to dream but dream out loud! Take the first step now.
by AJ with 3 comments.