“It’s better to be at the bottom of the ladder you want to climb than at the top of the one you don’t.”
~ Stephen Kellogg
If that’s not a point to ponder.
Which means course-correction is always an option, especially if you know you’re on the wrong track. It’s not a failing to reinvent yourself or to rethink what it is you truly want to be doing. It takes courage in fact.
The alternative is looking down at a view that inspires you less than it should. That makes for a long work day.
If you’re looking to climb a different ladder, start with even small realignments that may provide you with a slightly different view. Pay attention to the things that energize you and try to do more there. Inch your way up with meaningful steps, and before long you’ll be looking at a view that excites. Carpe Freakin’ Diem!
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