The Risk of Security

Nine years ago, I took a couple of steps that many perceived as risky.  The truth is, it would have been riskier for me emotionally, physically, professionally to stay on that trajectory.   I have never looked back.

It’s not that things were horrible.   I enjoyed my corporate career;  I had a long-term marriage;  I was financially “secure”.   But those roles were over and it was time to make changes.

Dan Blank, who I have had the honour of having as an instructor, articulates his experience with life-changing actions — and the rewards he’s living as a result.  Since he expresses it much more eloquently than I could,  I urge you to read his post.  It provides substance for year-end reflection and planning.

Read it here.


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