Issue #142

What’s Next?

"Wisdom often consists of knowing what to do next." — Herbert Hoover
An art piece with a person standing in a dreamy forest, looking for a way.
Your next step might not be perfectly clear, but you should still think about it and, more importantly, make it. Just like the hero in this enchanting piece by Michal Kváč.

One of the most important questions to ask yourself if you want to get anything meaningful done is “What’s next?”

Ask yourself this when you’re at work, when you’re doing chores, when you decide to take on a side-project, or simply when you’re not sure what to do next to make the most significant impact.

Asking what’s next every step of your way will help you:

  • Clarify your goals. (You’ll be thinking about them and redefining them constantly.)
  • Make meaningful decisions (You’ll have to figure out what’s next often.)
  • Focus. (You’ll always have one clear thing to tackle next.)
  • Relieve your stress. (You’ll stop worrying if you’re making progress or working on the right things.)

Make it a habit, and you’ll see the benefits and progress sooner than you think.

So, what’s next?

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Until Next Week

While it’s wise to think about your next step, don’t forget to be fully present in the current moment.

Zoran Jambor
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