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Sinking Ships

After the Titanic hit an iceberg in the middle of the night, passengers were reluctant to leave the perceived safety of an unsinkable ship for small life boats in the middle of a dark cold ocean, hence many of the boats left half full.

Who can blame them? But it got me thinking.

So where is the Titanic in your life?

What areas of your life are sinking; but you feel reluctant to leave?

New endeavours can seem dark, unknown and scary; you can become too attached to the safety of your known world, even if it is no longer working, or worse still, is sinking.

If your boat is unsinkable, good for you, you’re blessed, so enjoy and celebrate.

But sometimes we have to step out into the unknown and dance to a new rhythm. If it’s not working, it’s not working. More bucketing may delay the outcome, but the result is still the same; with a little extra fatigue thrown in.

Fatigue is often a signal you have just hit an iceberg.

Maybe your iceberg is trying to tell you something, sending you in a new direction?

If you want a vision for the future, watch for icebergs in the field. Those signals are sure to awake you up one way or the other.

And that’s the way to keep things interesting.

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