How I Released Some Emotional Baggage and Freed Me For Success

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Baggage is an inhibitor, slowing us down and creating friction for our future journey. I generally think looking back is a complete waste of time and energy. I have little to no regrets and feel that thinking like that simply weighs you down. The more weight – the more I have to carry and the more I have to carry – the more friction I have for the things I want to get done. I am moving quickly through my 50’s which means one thing for the purpose of this article; I have a lot of potential baggage to carry through my day. More years equals more baggage just by simple math. What kind of baggage am I carrying you ask? I left MapQuest too early to completely maximize a financial return. (No multi-coast beach houses yet.) I turned down an excellent role in my most favorite industry due to a wicked combo of ego and arrogance and never returned to that industry. (I still bleed consumer mapping and navigation.) I was pushed out of an existing retail business some friends had asked me to join wasting valuable time & energy and ruining a number of great friendships. (We ended

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