October 2016 | Cleveland State University Professional Development Center in Cleveland

October 2016

Contributor: Adrian Rutt

I truly think that there’s an inverse correlation between how much people say “it’s the journey, not the destination” and how often people live as though this were true or they actually believed what they were saying. In other words, people say “it’s the journey, not the destination” but every action, thought, and word out of their mouth seems to betray this overused cliche.

Contributor: Adrian Rutt

I truly think that there’s an inverse correlation between how much people say “it’s the journey, not the destination” and how often people live as though this were true or they actually believed what they were saying. In other words, people say “it’s the journey, not the destination” but every action, thought, and word out of their mouth seems to betray this overused cliche.

Contributor: Adrian Rutt

I truly think that there’s an inverse correlation between how much people say “it’s the journey, not the destination” and how often people live as though this were true or they actually believed what they were saying. In other words, people say “it’s the journey, not the destination” but every action, thought, and word out of their mouth seems to betray this overused cliche.

Contributor: Adrian Rutt

I truly think that there’s an inverse correlation between how much people say “it’s the journey, not the destination” and how often people live as though this were true or they actually believed what they were saying. In other words, people say “it’s the journey, not the destination” but every action, thought, and word out of their mouth seems to betray this overused cliche.