Admitting that you’re lost

Whether you’re stuck in a labyrinth or looping around the same racetrack, admitting you’re frustrated and lost is at least a starting point. The hard part is developing a plan to do something about it.

If you want to go pro in any profession, at some point, you’re going to have to practice your beliefs and take calculated risks to gauge their rigidity. Doing the work removes the cobwebs of uncertainty.

Lostness can also be lucidity, where hesitation converts into a prompt. Dance with the fear and see where it takes you.

And don’t forget to stay loose in the process.


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