Ever read a sentence or two, and it just stopped you in your tracks?
This quote from Seth Godin’s blog did just that for me:
“Ruts don’t dig themselves. Most of the time, we’re in a rut because that’s precisely where we put ourselves.”
Sometimes it is easy to feel lost professionally and personally, but in just reading this statement, here are a few questions I have been thinking about:
1. What is a current situation that I am less than satisfied with?
2. What things have led me to that situation?
3. What things can I change on a daily basis to lead to me a different path?
When we think of “change,” we can get caught up in thinking a “mass” change will make the difference. But as James Clear says, “You should be far more concerned with your current trajectory than with your current results.”
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