I always get frustrated when I read the magazine Fast Company.
Not because the people aren’t inspiring, or the stories aren’t relevant or the insights aren’t actionable.
I don’t get frustrated because of any of those reasons.
I want to throw the magazine across the room every month because, after reading the magazine, I immediately feel two things:
- I’m not doing enough, to be enough, and that I might not be dreaming large enough.
- Everyone who seems to be doing more, dreaming more and accomplishing more seems to be either younger than me with more access to resources, or older than me with more industry experience.
So, basically, jealousy, envy and covetousness, along with a dollop of self-pity.
Apparently, Jesus and I need to get together on some things, because I’m still a work in progress.
-Peace Be With You All-
Jesan Sorrells, MA
Principal Conflict Engagement Consultant
Human Services Consulting and Training (HSCT)
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