Very recently, in one of my flight experiences, I paid keen attention to the pilot as he gave several information about the flight, letting us know our height at flight, the distance covered and all that.
I also observed that at the exact time we expected to touch down, the rear tires touched the ground and the plane began to taxi to its halt.
As we received the pilot’s welcome and thank you notes and disembarked from the plane, it dawned on me that our means often determines a lot about the process and the results we achieve in life.
While I flew to my destination, some other individuals drove down to the same destination but we certainly did not have same experiences and processes, although we may have similar results (arriving at same destination). I arrived earlier and a lot easier than the person who came by road.
So, while you define your preferred destination in life, it is your responsibility to discern and choose wisely what your best means of arriving your destination would be, as your means determines your processes and results.
Cheers to your success!