Excerpt From A Coaching Letter – By David B. Wolf

… Also, I appreciated hearing that you are satisfied and content with your array of services as they are now whilst also being able to connect with an urgency for more service eventually in whichever form that transpires – this reminded me, or rather got me contemplating on, that experiencing healthy urgency does not mean being dissatisfied with the present – that urgency and contentment aren’t exclusive of each other; contentment doesn’t necessarily breed complacency or laziness, rather if it’s coupled with urgency it can be a fertile and healthy birthing ground for continuous expansion of whatever kind… that contentment can be the consciousness behind urgency, rather than lack and dissatisfaction which would breed a desperation for ‘more’ rather than a healthy urgency…

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