Think about the last trip you took. How many stops did you have to make before you reached your destination? Of course, it depends on whether we're talking about a trip to the grocery store or a trip across the country. What about a vacation or a business trip?
Did you fly or drive? You might have taken a train. A lot depends on when you left, how long you planned to be gone, where you were going and why.
In order to reach Empowerment, there is only one way to get there - on the road. You cannot skip ahead by catching a flight. You cannot sleep through the trip by taking a train and leave the navigation to someone else. You must get in your vehicle and drive along the road.
There will be dirt roads that boil up dust with every turn of your tires. There will roads that are full of potholes and are badly in need of repaving. There will be some smooth surfaces and you'll think it's going to be a smooth ride the rest of the way.
You will run into road blocks, traffic jams, railroad crossings, road construction and detours. Why, oh why did you decide to start out on this journey? But you know the answer to that and you can't quit now.
Join Teresa Beeman for a discussion of 13 Stops Along the Road to Empowerment.
This program is brought to you by the Center for Empowered Women and can be heard every Monday and Wednesday at 11:00 am Eastern time.
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