Our greatest teachers are the people closest to us. When we are stuck, it is a time to persistently remember who we are, and believe that we are being led from within to the eventual goal we desire most. When I remember to be persistently patient, I get the most profound awareness.
Today I received the greatest, most wonderful testimonial I could ever and probably will ever receive as a comment left on my latest article, “Making Resistance Futile: Get Unstuck Principle No. 3.” I was totally humbled and blown away by it.
“My friends in landscape architecture are always getting stuck on things. I always seem to be the least stuck and I think it’s from all the things Ben has taught me over the years. My education is teaching me to just get things out there. Getting hung up on little details doesn’t create progress. It’s not what should I do, it’s what can I do. It’s always inspiring to read what Ben has to say and what he’s thinking. And even though I’m younger than him, over the past 10 years or so I feel like I’ve watched him grow into the person that he is today. A great person that I’m proud to call my uncle.” – Billy Pausback
Get Unstuck Principle No. 4: Be Patiently Persistent & Do What You Can