As I ran through the woods, I could only see the trees and path right in front of me. I had no idea how far up the mountain I had climbed. I had no idea about the turns in the trail ahead. And I couldn’t even see very far back, given all the twists. My vision was only the few yards ahead.
Sometimes, life is like that. We are so close to something, we lose perspective. We can only see the next little period of time. Which means that some things seem bigger than they are, and some things seem insignificant, but prove important.
Fortunately, one tool in your Thrive Toolbox is the capacity of changing perspectives when you want.
This week, to equip you, I want to provide you with 4 perspective shifts you can use. Then, you can see the forest, even when the trees are right in front.