The problem with big bang change is that it brings temporary success. Real, permanent change takes years of trial and error.
Conversely, the problem with incremental change is that work can get too routine and make you question why you’re changing in the first place.
If you know something is good for you, you’ll look for it everywhere. But YOU MUST LEARN HOW TO CONTROL YOUR ENERGY.
Sometimes you’ll need to speed up and pounce on an opportunity; other times, you’ll need to slow down and think it through.
Expect opportunities to arise when you at least expect it. Therefore, keep great questions in your back pocket. If you work hard when no one is looking you’ll to be at your best when you’re best is needed. Get ready.
Luck is preparedness. Leave no regrets behind.