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Lean In

May 11, 2017

What do you need to “lean into” right now?

Maybe it’s a project, maybe it’s a relationship, maybe it’s trying that activity or hobby you always wanted to try.  It can be easy to make justifications (aka excuses) for not leaning in, for staying on the edge, for maintaining the status quo in a relationship (even when the status quo isn’t great).

Leaning in, will likely result in change, change in yourself, change in others, change in your work or home or neighbourhood.  Change can be scary.  But nothing gets better without change.

So lean in, and see what happens.

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One Comment
  1. Sue Barrington permalink

    Great subject, we all need encouragement to jump in and ” make things better, speak our minds honestly”. Thanks for this prompting Meagan.

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