The other morning, I discovered frost on my windshield when I went out to drive to the office. I thought the wipers would scrape it off, but no such luck. Maybe, if I turned the defroster on full blast and kept the wipers going, I could…
Fortunately, I stopped myself. Rather than risking a minute or two of not seeing clearly where I was going, I decided to get back out of the car and use the scraper. Soon, I had not only proper visibility but also this insight:
We often have trouble seeing what’s ahead in our careers and our lives. We may know what destination we want to reach but lack the information about how to get there. Rather than rushing off anyway, blindly hoping for the best, we should get out the scraper… removing anything locking our view… learning everything we can about what it will take to reach our goal… drawing up a map… hiring an expert guide to get us there.
If you’re serious about making your practice a great success, take warning—by spending a little time preparing for the journey, you’ll actually get there sooner.
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