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“If the rate of change on the outside exceeds the rate of change on the inside, the end is near.” Jack Welch

Rather than thinking of this quote broadly, try thinking about this from your area of interest or specialty. What is happening “out there” in your world and how does that compare to what’s happening “on the inside”? This concentrates your energies on what’s most important for you and brings more significant momentum to your goals.

Are you feeling like change is happening faster on the outside? If so, it doesn’t mean“the end is near” unless you don’t make any changes. Identify one of these changes and do something to increase your pace of internal change. Once you speed up the change on the inside, it gets easier to keep up but must be maintained in order to continue learning and growing.

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