S:1107 Principle: Not Rush On

(Principles are basic truths that, when applied, cause success to come to you easier and quicker.)


Reading a book that is so good, wanting it to not end. Not rush on.

Watching a movie’s engaging and likeable characters, wanting the story to not end. Not rush on.

Visiting with a dear friend. Not rush on.

Taking a walk in the woods can be a hike, a power walk, a timed event, a competition, an accomplishment. Or it can be something completely different. Something to not rush on.

It’s easy to get caught up in a busy world and quickly move from idea to action to place to goal. It’s easy to rush on. And there is value in being busy, effective, contributing, completing, and competing. Great results can occur.

There is also great value to not rush on.


Coaching Point: What did you learn the last time you did Not Rush On?


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