Last week, we discussed how both the mission and adventure mindsets are equally valuable and dangerous. They come from a place of either trying to take total control over your life or accepting that you have no control whatsoever, but both of those perspectives are incomplete.
The apparent truth is that you are not always in control and you are not always helplessly experience what life throws at you; you and reality are co-authoring your experience of life.
One needs to have intentions, goals, and desired outcomes – and one needs to be able to let go of those things when life is calling them to adventure, to uncertainty.
So, to finish this series on Mission Vs. Adventure, we’ll share a couple stories about when and how people strike that balance, and how being aware of this duality will benefit you as a manager and self-manager.
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