Often times I face two or more choices. For the longest period of my life, I was not able to know the right action for me. It usually happened when I connected with that part of me that doubted, that followed others. However, those days when I truly connected myself to myself, everything was crystal clear, with independence of being hard. But taking the road less traveled only when we are faced with a shock should not be the anthem here, but to take it daily as we walk along our daily life, so that we can always be at the right time, at the right place with the right people. That can happen if we remember to become aligned with who we really are. As I go through my life, I notice that the simple practice of making decisions from this part of me as opposed to following others advice has proven to have worked wonders. Letting go of “help”, a crutch as I call it, is the hardest, but as we do it, and continue in the path of self-discovery, we realize how much of it is a game. A game that requires strategy, innovation, creativity, passion, courage and the patience and determination to make it happen.