The Successful Pear

by Brad Isaac on March 24, 2006

The way I see it, a pear has only one goal in it’s lifetime.   Its objective is to grow to be such an attractive and fine smelling fruit some animal comes along, picks it from the tree and eats it; thereby spreading its seeds.

People are far more complex than a pear, but like a pear, people must eventually choose a primary objective.   Unfortunately, most people never make this choice and lets the world choose for them.  As a result, the indecisive person never really lives up to potential and loses the opportunity to do what their heart truly desires.

Make a choice.

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March 27, 2006 at 1:24 pm

Just like setting goals. Without goals and a purpose, people wonder around aimlessly.

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