Taking action can often feel daunting and overwhelming.
We think about the end goal or all the big things we need to do and then we procrastinate or give up all together.
A great question to ask yourself or your team is, “what’s the next right thing?”
I first heard this from Glennon Doyle, but when I googled it I found that it was originally traced back to the psychiatrist Carl Jung.
His thinking was, if you do the next right thing, you’ll always be doing something meaningful.
I want you to think about something you’re working on, a challenge you’re facing or something you’re stuck on.
What’s the next right thing?
Don’t think about what comes after, just consider what the next right thing is.
Then do it.
Then ask yourself again, what’s the next right thing.
It’s simple, I know, but that simplicity is what makes it so powerful.
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