Perpetual Improvement or Continuous Responsiveness?
Feb 23, 2022
It’s tiresome to consider ourselves perpetual self-improvement projects. The underlying thoughts and feelings aren’t the most stable of foundations when we think we have to be different, better, other than who we are.
I like the idea of continuous responsiveness.
It may be the same actions but built on a more secure foundation, one that responds and adjusts to life.
And in the spirit of continuous responsiveness, I’ll share with you that I’ve decided I’m going to take a few weeks off from my podcast and that few weeks may stretch the entire month of March. I haven’t quite decided that yet. I’ve got my other business that I am working on launching that I cannot share publicly just yet and I’ve got a lot to do with that. This is a good time to do what I tell my clients (and myself) to do: stop, evaluate, assess what’s going on in your life and your business and decide what do you need.
Miss me while I’m gone!
In future episodes, I’ll be featuring questions from listeners- other life owners like you. If you have a question, topic or situation you’d like for us to explore, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘podcast question’ in the subject line.
What You’ll Learn From This Episode: Perpetual Improvement or Continuous Responsiveness?
- There’s a subtle distinction between thinking of perpetual improvement and continuous responsiveness- subtle and important. We’ll explore the difference and why I believe it matters.
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