Deep thoughts from the talented and amazing Jen Ryan . . .
“It does not matter how slowly you go, as long as you do not stop.” – Confuscius. Probably. The Internet says it’s him – though there is some contention over whether he said ‘slow’ or ‘slowly’ – and I’m just going to go with that, because I like the quote and I don’t really care who said it first. It goes well with my ‘keep moving forward’ mantra.
So, what’s so great about this quote? It gives you permission to be gentle with yourself, while still encouraging you to get ‘er done. Being gentle with yourself is paramount; beating yourself up and jeopardizing your well-being will NOT get you where you want to go. Ever.
That said, you still want to get where you’re going, which brings us to the matter of not stopping. Eyes on the prize, people! You just don’t have to rush. It truly isn’t a race…
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