Each day in December, I'm asking a juicy question to help you plan for a healthy, resilient 2014. The questions are in no particular order--just meant to provoke some thinking and get you moving in fresh directions. You can see previous questions here.
Here's another question from Peter Block's book Community: The Structure of Belonging.
In a way, this question is the opposite of the juicy question I asked earlier this week. It asks you to look at where things may feel dry or dead or just DONE.
Often we hold on for too long to things that have outlived their natural life cycle. We may do so out of a sense of loyalty or responsibility. Sometimes we just don't pay attention to how a situation may have changed.
We need to ask ourselves what "no's" we've been postponing so we can decide if it's time to stop putting them off.
Release what no longer serves. Say "no" where it's needed.
If you'd like, share your answers in comments or over on The Bamboo Project Facebook page. I'd love to hear from you!
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