Why should you chart the course of your life? As Yogi Berra said, “If I don’t know where I am going, how will I know when I arrive?” A study at Harvard Business School indicated that the 3% who had clearly written goals earned, on average, ten times as much as the other 97%. So, if you want to earn ten times that of your friends, if you want to know when you arrive, and if you want to feel your life is a daring adventure of value, continue on. Life can be a boring rut or a daring adventure. One day can be like the next, or each day can be new — full of excitement, opportunity, and positive challenge. At the end of life the two biggest regrets are: Things not done Risks not taken Time is a precious asset and none of us knows how much time we have. We all have the same twenty four hours a day, we just don’t know how many days. We do know how much time we have wasted. The objective is to live with a purpose and not waste any more time. Take the time to chart your course and make your life the exciting adventure it can be. Make it a life of value, a life well lived, and a life that makes a difference. Make the difference you came here to make. NOW.