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If you happen to know exactly what you want to change in mid-July, there is no need to wait for January to the action. But the reality is that we often need some form of external prompt to actually kick off these moments of self-reflection.
Some words seem familiar and obvious in their definition while actually lying at the heart of numerous misunderstandings. I have dubbed these “Tricksy Words” and developed an algorithm for spotting them. Do you know what your organization’s Tricksy Words are?
But for those of us with a tendency to catastrophize the first scratch on a new car and similarly minor events, at least until they happen, I have some thoughts to share.