This is a good rule for us all to follow.
We all need a viable strategy to stretch ourselves and hopefully, reach our potential. However, it’s unlikely that we’ve committed to a firm strategy to do so. Implementing a guiding philosophy to remain on the “cutting edge” could help us. This might allow us to see the innovative paths that could exist in our own work lives.
Personally, I find it difficult to spark change (and follow through) in my work life. (Old habits die hard, don’t they?) I make promises to spend more time exploring new work life territory — but it seems that without fail, I miss that mark. That’s something many of need to address.
I needed a concrete plan to sustain momentum toward that goal. I hoped that with measured practice, changing things up would become second nature.
But why reinvent the wheel?
To that end, I am all for borrowing established (and successful) strategies that…
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