10 Ways to Enjoy the Journey in 2005

  1. Start the journey. A Journey of a thousand miles begins with a two-hour flight delay.
  2. Travel light. Take off your anger, envy and … socks.
  3. Carry on. “People who never get carried away should be.” – Malcolm Forbes
  4. Get lost. “Of course you’re never really lost; you’re just exploring.” — Jana Stanfield
  5. Count your blessings. Use both hands and feet and borrow a few toes. Your socks are off, aren’t they?
  6. Slip into something less comfortable. “Comfort never produced greatness.” — Scott Friedman
  7. Laugh out loud. “Laughter rises out of tragedy and rewards you for your courage.” – Erma Bombeck
  8. Think goodness. Every journey needs a little good-will-hunting.
  9. Kid around. “Youth would be an ideal state if it came a little later in life.” Herbert Henry Asquith
  10. “Be yourself, unless you’re a jerk, and then be somebody else.” — Larry Winget
Written by:

Scott Friedman

Scott Friedman, CSP (Certified Speaking Professional) and former President of the National Speakers Association (NSA), is an internationally sought after professional speaker and author. As a motivational humorist, Scott inspires and entertains with engaging, interactive, and content-rich programs. Scott’s main areas of expertise are employee innovation & engagement, customer experience, and creating a happier, more connected workplace and life.

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