Navigating Life

Life is often compared to a great river that flows through the banks of time. Living is like navigating that river. We are born into our parents’ boats. We grow up on a river defined by our parents’ lives. If our parents have happy lives, our lives tend to have happy head starts…But if our parents have leaky lives, we tend to spend the rest of our lives bailing. Based on Lynn Marie Sager’s A River Worth Riding: Fourteen Rules for Navigating Life, these lessons help people navigate life.
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A River Worth Riding: Fourteen Rules for Navigating Life

Before you cast off…

A River Worth Riding: Fourteen Rules for Navigating Life. Know when to drift and when to paddle hard

A Puzzle for your enjoyment.

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A Puzzle for your enjoyment, or maybe your frustration.

Captains chart courses for their reasons, not yours.

The Power of Influence

Captains chart courses for their reasons, not yours. If you don't like your captains goal, change boats. Better yet, Captain you own

An innocent may attempt to dry himself midstream, but only a fool blames water for being wet.

The Power of Responsibility

An innocent may attempt to dry himself midstream, but only a fool blames water for being wet.

Before you cast off...

Before you cast off…

Before you cast off...

People design their journeys based upon the Captains they most admire.

The Power of Indirect Effort

People design their journeys based upon the Captains they most admire.

If you want your crew to listen, learn to speak their language.

The Power of Understanding

If you want your crew to listen, learn to speak their language.

Water, and everything else, tends to evaporate.

The Power of Entropy

Water, and everything else, tends to evaporate.

Fish swim in schools for a reason.

The Power of Attraction

Fish swim in schools for a reason.


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