Not everyone asks themselves questions. Such as: OK, I've accomplished this, I've earned that, NOW WHAT? Or, going a layer deeper: SO WHAT?
In fact, people use fascinating strategies to prevent these questions from popping out in their head. And one of the most effective question-prevention strategy is keeping busy. Why? It's simple: Busy people don't have time to ask questions.
Don't get me wrong, there's nothing inherently bad with being busy. After all, busyness-to-exhaustion seems to be rewarded and valued by most employers, employees, and business.
However, if you are not a person who pretends to be too busy to avoid questions, well, then you are ready to make a leap toward a new developmental level.
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