Off Track, but Correcting
I had an experience in the professional part of my life that I let throw me off track. Something very unexpected, out of “left field” so to speak. A month after and I’m realizing the impact. Despite the experience I’ve done some of my best work of late. But unfortunately I lost my way on the chain I was building. True, the runs were only 5 to 8 days on average. But for the past month I don’t know that I’ve added on 5 to 8 links.
So this is my official announcement that I am back on track. Yes, this all is vague to those of you reading. But it is clear to me, as this post is for me. I know the lecturers say to share your defined goals with others to help with the commitment. I’m going against that piece of advice. My gut is that it is what is best for me. And more articles say to “trust your gut” than say to tell others your goals. Yes, I’m rationalizing, but at times that is what we need to do.
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