The Road Makes all the Difference

The longer you stay on the wrong road, the further you will find yourself from your intended destination. The road makes all the difference.

Robert Frost penned the following words at the end of his poem, The Road Not Taken. “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.”

The road always makes the difference.


Head down Easy Street and, you can be certain, things will eventually become hard. Shortcut Avenue equals failure to reach your full potential. The Long Way Around, and you end up running in circles.

Why? Again, because the road makes all the difference.

If today finds you headed in the wrong direction, perhaps it is time for a u-turn.

While the masses will take the path of least resistance, I encourage you to stay on the narrow path.

Your direction always determines your destination … because the road makes all the difference. Make sure you choose the right one this week.

Leadership Begins at Home,


Why do you think so many leaders choose the path of least resistance?

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6 years ago

As kid president says: two roads diverged in the woods and I took the one less travelled. And it hurt man. Rocks, thorns, glass. not cool, Robert frost.


6 years ago

Kid Prez must have had a great teacher!

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