“What ERP does is remind us that change is not osmotic or abstract; it is a series of self-directed changes that start with assessing our satisfaction in life and its many domains. Change tends to be a momentum game and ERP allows you to find a start point and create your own plan of growth. It’s not about just getting back what you had; it’s about harnessing your potential and staying in a state of growth and improvement. It teaches us to utilize today, because it will never happen again. It shows us that time and potential are a terrible thing to waste. We learn to drive our own change and, just as importantly, sustain that change.”