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From time to time it is useful to stop and take your bearings. They say that life is a journey, if so it pays to stop from time to time and reflect on where we are, where we are headed, and is where we are headed a place we want to go to?

I call this mid-course correction. You can do it in life, in a project, in a relationship, and even in a conversation.

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