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  1. sierra this is one of those things that as effective leaders we MUST do.
    STOPPING in order to keep going.
    When you just work, work, work the time for reflection on “am I working on the right thing, how do I know?” is lost.
    So stopping for about 60-90 minutes a day to allow you to reflect and just be with yourself no tech. books others etc…
    Working (especially when you LOVE it and are GREAT at it) is addictive and your body will physically crave it and go through withdraws.
    Thank you for reminding me to STOP and return back to reflection.

  2. Sierra says:

    This is one of the areas in life where I have the most difficulty…stopping working. I have to force myself to enjoy time not working, its sad but I’m working on it!

  3. I also and your post inspired me to take 2 hours earlier this evening and walk the dog & reflect upon what is working so well w/ the business.

    Came up with a great new marketing & leadership development plan, meeting w. creatives Friday to discuss. Thanks to you – I am better 🙂


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