Are You Right Where You’re Supposed to Be?

Businessman with head in handsBeing judgmental is self-destructive.

By Bill Reeb

A big step in the right direction to regain momentum occurs when you start cutting yourself some slack.

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After you decide that you are going to make a change in your plans or objectives, it is common human behavior to beat yourself up for not arriving at that same decision earlier. On top of that, I often see people shining an intense spotlight on themselves, scrutinizing every step in their progress as they start down any new path.