Hey friend! After starting a Q&A section on the blog in last week’s post, I’m back this week with a new Q and a new A.
When it comes to practicing gratitude, there’s a big myth out there. A lot of people think that gratitude and ambition are polar opposites, which is simply not true.
That’s why I was so happy that Jen, who’s part of our #perfectionistproblems community, reached out to me.
This is Jen’s question:
Something I’ve been exploring recently is the tension between practicing gratitude for what we already have while also striving for more in my work and life. If I'm always grateful for what I have, how will I ever achieve anything new?
Let’s cha-cha on over to the A, shall we? :)
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