Sometimes we’re afraid to slow down because we’re afraid we’ll fail. What if the opposite is true?
- Brad Solomon’s post on LinkedIn about slowing down inspired today’s thoughts
- What if you can’t slow down too much?
- The important distinction between slowing down and stopping
- Slowing down to speed up
- What would be possible for you if you slowed down, but didn’t stop?
- Straight-Line Leadership: Tools for Living with Velocity and Power in Turbulent Times by Dusan Djukich
- Stop Stopping vs. Stopping: Chapter 6
- Maybe there isn’t a “right path” or “right track”–sometimes we waste more time trying to figure that out than actually getting somewhere
- Maybe you don’t need to know all the steps to start or keep going, but that doesn’t mean you have to stop
- Giving your “time and attention” to the things you are committed to
- Micro vs. macro commitments
- Where have you “stopped” in your life?
- What’s the smallest way you can start?
- “What haven’t you tried yet?”