Don’t be afraid to change things up. Be afraid if you don’t.
“Vocation is where our greatest passion meets the world’s greatest need.”
I admire he just did it again.. He is constantly re-inventing himself and his work. In fact,
Maybe re-inventing isn’t the right word, though. He is still the same guy. But what makes his approach remarkable is his courage to allow his work to evolve over time.
It’s easy to get stuck doing the same thing over and over again.
Yes, work is often systematic and process-based. But you shouldn’t allow that to squelch the opportunity to evolve.
This is one of the primary reasons I relaunched my website. It represents what I wanted to say four years ago but wasn’t ready to. Now I have the perspective that comes from experience and the results to show that I have a proven track record.
Evolution is a natural by-product of growth. As our work brings us in contact with real human beings who have real problems, we should learn, grow, and adjust.
Every project and every challenge has taught me something. Add up a bunch of those “somethings” and you end up with changes that will accelerate you forward.
Be courageous enough to change your business and follow the conversations you find yourself in. Then watch what happens next.
What changes do you need to make within your brand, business, or cause, to further bring into alignment your greatest gift with the needs of the people with which you’re most likely to connect?
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