Construction Zone

This week my backyard was, and still is, a construction zone. The entire area is being transformed to create a new functional space adding more personal value to the property.

And while the initial investment of time, cost, and the occasional inconvenience, is a bit overwhelming, I know the end result will be worth it.

Does your life need a bit of re-construction?

It’s easy to get complacent with our daily routines (i.e. things are working fine why change). But there’s a problem with this mindset… we end up in a paralyzed state, never able to realize our max potential.

So the question is: How can you improve on something that is already working and make it better?

Self-Reflect: Identify areas of growth. Think about how you can evolve as a person mind, body, and spirit.

Never Stop Learning: Expand your mind to new thoughts and ideas. This will unlock new interest you were not aware of.

Invest in yourself: Put in the time, energy, and money to improve yourself. The only person that will truly care about you is you.

Life is a canvas and you are the artist, architect, and construction worker. Be open to breaking new ground in your life enabling you to repurpose your existing self into a brand new you.

The Practical Leadership Guy

Claude Jones is a seasoned leader with a reputation for building and leading teams that outperform expectations and deliver exceptional results. He has a passion for bringing out the best in others and believes that anything is possible with hard work and dedication.