The Joy is in the Journey

by Deletha Assenmacherhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/delethaassenmacher/

I have been told that when my parents chose my name, they envisioned it on a brass nameplate mounted on a mahogany office door. They wanted the best for me and taught me to work hard and have a goal; advice which has manifested in what I define as success in my education, career, health, finances, and relationships. While the results look rosy from a high level, a lack of appreciation for the steps along the path led to periods of impatience and frustration as an anxious blur of “to do’s” streamed constantly in my

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