…the fruits of their laborsand are more willing to stick to the long-haul tasks to see them through. Theybreak big tasks into smaller ones so they can feel some sense of achievement earlier and more often. As James Dean said, “The gratification comes in the doing, not in the results.”
It is often those moments you feel least connected that you are actually making your greatest progress. The chaos around you is an invitation to pause, reflect, and grow. You are more than equipped to deal with this. If you weren’t, you wouldn’t be here.
Huge growth is always followed by a period of regression. The next lesson is intended to be just beyond your current capability. Naturally, you’ll be out of your element. You’ll be required to adapt and rebuild momentum.