When it seems too easy you’re probably going down hill

Every part of your journey will not be rough. There will be times when it is smooth sailing. When the roads are straight and the wind is at your back. No matter what path you choose at some point you are going to go downhill. Not downhill in a bad way. Downhill in a take your feet off the pedals, coast and enjoy the ease for a change kind of way. What do you think about that?

Don’t get stuck thinking life is a constant uphill battle. Expect life to cut you a break and make it easy sometimes. Have you ever trained for a competition, rehearsed for a performance or memorized a speech? Have you ever given something your all and it turned out that you were a natural. You were good at it and you enjoyed it. That is a great feeling. It can happen again or it can happen to you for the first time. There is something out there that is just right for you and when you tap into it all will line up and you will flow. When this happens it means you are in the right place, at the right time and you are prepared.

They say luck is when opportunity meets preparation. You have been preparing your whole life for the moment when it all starts to come together and gets easy for you. Let it flow and keep up the momentum.

We are conditioned to expect things to be hard. Sometimes it is our blessing to have an easy time and to have everything go our way. You can be lucky, you can be blessed and you can be fortunate. Benefit from it, but don’t relax. Just because it is easy doesn’t mean you stop doing your best. Give 100% and let the downhill sprint propel you far into the future so you can get to your goal faster.


Gliding through life…Now That’s Presidential!


About Kiné Corder

Kine' Corder is a best selling author, speaker, and member of the Financial Therapy Association. Formerly a Morgan Stanley Financial Advisor and currently a Financial Therapist Kiné runs Presidential Lifestyle, a financial wellness company focused on wealth in all of it's forms. www.presidentiallifestyle.com View all posts by Kiné Corder

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