Have you ever been asked what you aspire as in achievements, career goals, etc.? As children we make statements because a fireman or woman is nice to us, or a nurse, or even a teacher. As we grow and face the real world many of our aspirations disappear or change. There are individuals who know from an early age exactly what they want as a career, where they wish to live, and other personal achievements. Often, these types of people have goals that are in chronological order. For example, in many movies, mostly romantic comedies, the writers have characters who have defined goals. When they become serious about a person, they let them know what their plan is. It is not always the plan for the other individual. To continue, a man may have a five year plan. He may want to achieve a partnership, purchase a home, decide after knowing a woman that they can move in together after three years and then if all goes well get married during year five. Then, they can have the obligatory child that attends all the right schools and, of course, they are already living in that upscale neighborhood. They may aspire all these things, but in all the movies, the other person is on the opposite side of their goals. Recently, I watched a movie about a woman who really wanted to attend and receive a fellowship at a medical facility in Chicago. The boyfriend was a died in the wool Bostonian. When he realized that she really did aspire to improve her career and medical training, he offered to marry her if she would stay in Boston. Not only did she turn him down, but she received the fellowship and moved to Chicago. In the Good Gus series, Sheriff Gus aspired to make Pecos a great town that had a community spirit and was safe. The series is available on Kindle worldwide. If you aspire to change your life, find a quiet place and sort it out. Then take a quick reading break for “Misplaced Trust” which is available on 24 Symbols, Apple, Nook, Kindle, Kobo, Page Foundry, Scribd, Playster and Tolino.