Here we are! One year later.
After a major introspective and organizational push, like this, the only diligent thing to do is reflect. And then pick one of only two options: Pivot or Recommit.
What happened? Where are you? What do you know now that you didn't know before?
What do you think about the status quo you can no longer stand, now that you've had time to examine it from every angle and begin the work of taking it apart?
What do you think about your own abilities and those of your team?
What have you learned about your original strategy?
Is it working? Is it worth it? Or is it worth reconsidering?
You are not the same leader you were when we started. You've experienced things that have shaped your work and your perspective and big and small ways. You've toppled a few of the obstacles that were obstructing your Vision. Now, you see things a bit differently.
Only you can decide what that means.
Do you double-down?
Or do you see a different path to get you where you're going?
Either choice will cost you something. This decision isn't free. But it is absolutely necessary.
Take stock of what you've accomplished and what you've learned. Document your progress, your growth, and your new insight.
And then decide.
Will you recommit yourself to what you and your team have been pursuing? Or will you need to pivot to a new way of working toward the future that you're building?
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