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June 03, 2020 Daily Post
Do some tasks worry you?
Why is that?
If you’re inconsistent in your approach to your work, you never know which “you” will show up to do the job. That’s reason enough to worry, like driving an unreliable car through a storm.
If you’re consistent in your approach to your work, you have a trailing indicator of what results to expect. That’s reason enough to not worry, like driving a reliable car through any weather.
The more we grow as (consistent) practitioners of important work, the less we can justify allowing “worry” to enter our minds.
Does worry make an appearance in your week? How could a more consistent you remove that worry? What could a more worry-free week do for your body of work?
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