Getting clear is important.
In EOS, we call it “hitting the ceiling,” in other words, it’s reaching a plateau, getting stuck, being in a rut and reaching a platform to either rethink how you do things, stagnate, or quit. It sounds logical and simple. It feels like hitting that ceiling at top speed with little control of the vehicle you’re in while it’s happening in every direction.
What we remind people is that this experience is natural and you should expect it. It happens at least every five years, and it could happen more often – for you, your team, or your entire organization.
The past five months have been exactly that in my world. Up to this point, working harder has been the solution. It’s no longer an option. It’s not working.
There is a better way. I’m certain of it.
Today, as I sit peacefully appreciating the solitude of morning with turquoise ocean waters crashing into shore, I’m gaining perspective on several things to change.
It begins with clarity.
It begins with me.