Though it may seem counterintuitive, slowing down when all you want to do is speed up may be the smartest thing to do.
In this short video, Jenni shares:
Even if we’re not driving, we all have speed bumps in our lives: kids who want to talk with us right now when we are in the middle of something, people at work who don’t understand the direction we’re headed, and we have to stop and explain. And it always seems like it happens when we are in a rush.
Those speed bumps are there for a reason. They force us to slow down. They’re traffic calming devices.
Let us know how you’re using forced stops or pauses in your life. Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org