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Freedom Within Structure
Full disclosure: I’m not a process-oriented person. I was wired for speed and results. I can’t stand a rigid process or inflexible routine. I crave novelty, creativity and, yes, even some uncertainty.
One Powerful ACT.
Yesterday we looked at the pattern of reactively transforming as a response to crisis. We also observed how frequently these reactive transformations involve dynamics people were well aware of beforehand, but waited for a crisis to force them into transformation.
Never Waste A Good Crisis
I respect anyone willing to make transformational changes. I respect it in any circumstance from anyone, but I especially admire it when it’s done before a crisis or other circumstance forces it.
Only The Courageous Truly Advance
I believe courage and quality of life move in alignment with one another. The course and quality of our lives is most shaped by the presence or absence of courage in our choices. Courage opens doors that will otherwise remain closed.
At The Edge of The Unknown
You’re not afraid. You just don’t know what’s going to happen. You believe you’re supposed to be afraid of uncertainty. That inside the unknown are things worth fearing.
The Heart of Discipline
I think of discipline in my life as a process of alignment and refinement.
The Truth In The Fray
You won’t be ready for every challenge. There’s just no way that’s possible. You won’t be ready for every role, every stage, or every test.