Most of us are terrible at predicting the future, but what if you could predict yours?
You can fix a dent in your car and it will look as good as new. You can upgrade a shattered phone and never think twice about the older model.
But when it comes to personal problems—relational, financial, professional, or otherwise—there are no quick fixes or fresh starts. The memories, the lost potential, the hurt and regret . . . they linger.
If only you could have seen them coming. If only you could have avoided them.
Well, you can. In this four-part series, we will dig into one simple principle—taken from a 2,000-year-old parable—that will predict your future so you can change it before it’s too late.