During my career transition, I’ve been reading a book called 48 Days to the Work You Love by Dan Miller. There are questions at the end of each chapter designed for the reader to reflect on its messages.
I knew that putting my thoughts on paper would help me get the most of the book – and it has. Last night, before I got started on Chapter 7, I decided to review my notes thus far. I came across an entry that really impressed me. I love impressing myself, so I thought I’d share it with all of you.
- Respond to , “All progress requires change, but not all change is progress”
- Change is the only constant in life. All progress does indeed require change, but it is hard for me to dissect the next part of the statement. All change is not necessarily progress, but I know that everything that happens to me takes me in the direction to which I am meant to be. So, just because a situation might seem like a setback, it may just be aligning me to the path in which I will follow and grow.
How do you feel about this statement? I would love to hear about it.