I often use the phrase, “the best is yet to come,” but of course that doesn’t automatically happen.

If your career has stalled or your marriage is on the rocks, you can’t just hope for a better future, ignoring the real problems and assuming that everything will turn out OK.

You’ve got to work for it.

You’ve got to continue to grow and evolve.

You’ve got to find new strategies to get better results.

It may be uncomfortable.

It may stretch you beyond your current capabilities.

But it is necessary.

And the end result is worth it.

I do believe that the best is yet to come, but only if you’re willing to change.