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If you see me less, I’m doing more
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If you see me less, I’m doing more

“If you see me less, I’m doing more.”

I don’t remember the first time I’ve heard this quote, but throughout the years it stuck with me. For once, I’ll be making an earnest attempt at practicing this, at least in terms of my presence on social media. It proves to be a challenging endeavor as I’m undecided at this time whether or not to share this blog post. Regardless, I’m finding this sabbatical absolutely necessary for furthering my growth.

Growth, be it physical, mental, spiritual, etc is always such an insidious process, and hindsight is always 20/20. That being said, energy expenditure on wishing I knew what I know now sooner is wasteful, so I’ll spare myself the unnecessary stress. (and based on this post’s pseudo-cryptic but really due to lack of continuity content, you very well can tell that I’m a little rusty at blogging)

But with that being said, here are my reasons for taking a break.

The Cost of Ambition
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The Cost of Ambition

When I think of the concept of “progress,” I admittedly have a difficult time trying to empirically break down my own perceived “success” on the topic. We can always start from the beginning, I guess. How do we define “progress?” And I suppose the companion question to this is, what happens, then, if the individual in quest of “progress” is overly ambitious? How does one know how to prioritize the goals one wishes to achieve?