After you hear the words, "Follow your dream," or, "Follow your bliss," what's next?
Most hear that and decide to put dreams and bliss on the shelf for another day. They'll get on it when they have more time, follow their bliss after they learn to identify it.
An old New York City joke has a tourist asking a native, "How do I get to Carnegie Hall?" The native New Yorker answers, "Practice."
It's the same question high school athletes ask themselves, with a few slight modifications. They ask, "How do I get to the next level?"
Things get more complicated for the two sport athlete. They ask, "Which one is my best sport?" The usual answer comes from the outside in the form of college scouts and recruiters. And scholarship offers.
How do you choose? Ask Jordan Freelander.no comments no comments