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To ruminate or to savor, that is the question!


Hi there! It’s Peter Winick. I’m the founder and CEO at Thought Leadership Leverage. Here’s the thought that I’d like to share with you today, and that’s this:

In my experience, lots and lots of thought leaders spend a lot of time ruminating. They’re thinking deeply. They’re trying to solve the problems. They’re really trying to crack the code, and that’s a great thing. That’s part of what makes them amazing thought leaders and allows them to come up with awesome ideas and develop them and refine them.

However, they don’t often spend enough time savoring, just enjoying, just sort of taking it in and enjoying and savoring the work that they’re doing and the benefit that they are bringing to others and the outcomes they’ve helped others achieve through their work.

So, there is a relationship between ruminating and savoring. My thought, my question is, you know, are you spending too much time ruminating on cracking the code and not enough time savoring and on the benefits of the work and the rumination that you’ve already done and how that impacts and affects others? Something to think about. Love your thoughts. Thank you.

Peter Winick has deep expertise in helping those with deep expertise. He is the CEO of Thought Leadership Leverage. Visit Peter on Twitter!

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