course correction

On Your Journey

When you have the destination in your sights, you don't always have to take the path you started on to get there - especially when it is a journey you've never taken before. There is more than one way.

Stay the course or course correct

After you've started your journey, check in on your progress. Evaluate. Assess. The is the Repeat, Repeat, Repeat step of BLUEPRINT. How are you doing? Are you seeing the results you want? If your answer is no, it is time for course correction.

1. Start with incremental changes

Getting better results may be as simple as a little tweak. Change one or two things and test the progress. Maybe change it a little more. This is especially true if you are trying to build new habits or do something outside your comfort zone.

2. Get a second opinion

When you are in the middle, it is hard to see the big picture. You can't see the forest for the trees. Ask someone you trust - whose opinion you value - to evaluate your progress. They may have insights you hadn't thought of and give you a fresh perspective. 

3. Let the professionals handle it

If trying it yourself isn't working, maybe it is time for a professional. Get a coach. A trainer. Mentor. Outsource. Asking for help isn't a sign of weakness - it is a sign of intelligence.

Question

On your journey, it is time for a new path?

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