I have a lot to share over the next few days. I’ve been spending a lot of time developing and refining for the DBMH Project and I’ve neglected time for reflection on what I’m doing and have been doing for people and the organizations.
With no time set aside to reflect, I’ve been caught up in autopilot trying to meet deadlines and push an agenda that has not been sufficiently thought out. All of the reasons for what I’m doing are good, but the foundations of these reasons are weak.
Stop and remind yourself of the reasons why you are doing what you’re doing. What do you seek to accomplish? What if you fail? What is your follow-up plan?
Reflect honestly within yourself on these questions. Take time to jot some of the things down so that you can revisit the list when you’re reassessing and strategizing for the next steps.
If you don’t remember anything else, remember to be honest. Anything less is not misleading others, the deceit is a disservice to yourself.