“Shocking brings progress. Shocking comes with a terrible noise. Laughter and shouting with awesome glee, people are frightened for a hundred miles around. Yet, the sacrificial vessel is not lost. Repeated thunder forms the condition for Shocking. Therefore, the enlightened person, when badly frightened, seeks to improve themselves.”
I’m a huge believer in the Dao, and by that, I mean that I believe that certain universal principles exist. And when you understand and work with those principles, you have the best chance of success.
Here’s a little experiment I want you to try right now.
Stand in front of an object like a picture, a light, your computer screen..whatever. First, focus on that object. Now take one hand and place it in your field of vision between you and the object.
In response to the threat of a global pandemic, government-mandated closures were instituted in an attempt to “flatten the curve.” As a result, many business owners have been told that they needed to “pivot” if they hoped to survive. But is pivoting a necessary strategy? Is it the best strategy? And what does it actually mean anyway?
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