She has established the successful future of the monarchy through her son, Charles, and her grandson, William. This post includes photos of the Royal Wedding last April, which was a wonderful, happy occasion.
There aren't many people who are able to celebrate a legacy of 60 years to be proud of. It made me think of how easy it is to drift through life without considering the difference we could leave behind.
Do you think about how much time has passed without you achieving something really worthwhile?
Do you feel frustrated watching people enjoy the fruits of their success, and think it could never happen to you?
Do you struggle to find what makes you truly happy, so that you want to share your good fortune with others?
Do you think your dreams are too big to ever be fulfilled?
If these questions make you stop and assess which direction you are taking - then that's good! They're not intended to make you feel unhappy because you haven't found something you care enough about to want to share your passion.
The word 'ambition' became looked down on after the 1980s portrayed yuppies as greedy, selfish types, who would walk over their own grandmother without a backward glance to grab the prize. It's also often described as driving ambition ...
Well, I think you have a choice of the vehicle that takes you where you really want to be. It doesn't have to be a flashy red Ferrari - it can be a gondola in Venice, with a handsome Italian taking you to your destination, as you recline on soft cushions sipping champagne!
Ambition depends entirely on your own imagination, and perception, but when you feel ambitious to leave your mark, it spurs you on to achieve your goals.
If you need help to stop, relax, and find a place of calm in order to connect to exactly what you do want to aim for - then get in touch. The ZPoint Process is definitely the gondola option to creating a life you will be proud to be remembered for.
"The important thing is to strive towards a goal which is not immediately visible. That goal is not the concern of the mind, but of the spirit." - Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
"Focusing your life solely on making a buck shows a certain poverty of ambition. It asks too little of yourself. Because it's only when you hitch your wagon to something larger than yourself that you realize your true potential." - Barack Obama