The Inconvenient Choice
It is easy to let convenience drive decisions even when our underlying instinct and internal compass is whispering that an alternate choice would serve us better. When the whisper becomes a shout we change. But often it doesn’t. Convenience prevails. We settle in. We miss out.
We all go through periods of feeling stuck, trapped, afraid, mediocre and wanting more. A time perhaps when the inconvenient choice seems inconceivable.
When convenience isn’t so bad, a quest for more can seem a bit irreverent or perhaps even irresponsible.
Sometimes change is just plain difficult.
Is it worth it?
I’d simply say pay attention to that voice. Trust your instincts. They are usually right. It is usually worth it.
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Ryan Estis is a Keynote Speaker & Management Consultant blogging about business performance.
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