Updated: Jan 3, 2020
The perennial question as we continuously project into the future is always, What Next?
Where should my life be headed?
Should I go on vacation?
Should I quit my job?
Should I end my relationship?
Should I start a business?
Should I do this or do that?
When will things finally turn around?
What do I want? What do I need?
Embedded in all these questions is always, ‘What Next?’
The very question, “What Next?” goes beyond a mere thought and suggests some form of action.
It suggests doing or changing something.
It’s very easy to get stuck at ‘What Next?’, forever pondering what it is you could or should be doing.
Assuming in the meantime that you have to have it all figured out before doing anything.
As author Greg Krech eloquently puts it:
”Action isn't something that comes after figuring things out. Action is a way of figuring things out…”