There was crazy traffic on the Westside Highway and the person in the car with me suggested that I move to the right lane. I did and zoomed through. I continued to drive for a few miles and the lane that I moved to became congested as well, but I failed to maneuver; I failed to use my driving skills and I stayed in the lane that I was told to move in. It then dawned on me that I could switch lanes, but I was so sure that what someone else suggested was much more beneficial and “right” that I continued on the path that I was told to go in versus assessing the situation and moving as I saw fit. I had a choice, but somewhere in my driving I lost confidence and I failed to do what was best.
How I GREW Today: Don’t be afraid to switch lanes when needed. Someone can suggest a direction for me and it may work for a while but when I feel I need to swtich directions then do it. Try not to get stuck. Stay clear on my vision and confident in my confidence.