• Richard Avery

How’s the calibration?

Earlier this month, I wrote that we need to start first. We need to get the wheels turning on a project, that’s the hardest part.

Now that we’re rolling, we need to calibrate regularly to ensure we’re moving efficiently.

Comparing to starting, this is the easy part. The world we live in has an enormous amount of information at our figure tips that we can use to calibrate.

But sometimes an even better source come from someone else. A mentor, coach, or professional can be invaluable to help with this calibration. They allow you to get a different viewpoint of your actions.

We’re all prone to getting bogged down in our own systems and methods of doing things. But maybe today is the day to consider some external help?

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