When it’s time to be in a hurry, slow down.
Slow down your expectations, slow down your actions, slow down interactions—ruthlessly eliminate hurry from your life.
When it’s time to engage, do it with courage.
Do the hard work of engaging with radical, meaningful self-awareness—physician, heal thyself.
When you’re afraid of the answer, seek scarier questions.
Have the realization that the hard questions don’t need you to think more about which binary answer you’re going to commit to, instead the hard questions need slow, high quality answers.
When the answer seems obvious, you’re probably repeating an answer you’ve always taken for granted as being true–or right.
Stop doing that.
Get under the skin of your conflicts, your communications, your story, and ultimately, yourself.