Mark Twain famously said that “whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, stop and reflect”.
It’s easy for us to get sucked into the matrix and grind out work, day after day, and look around at our colleagues all doing the same thing and assume that ‘this is the way it’s supposed to be’ without really ever taking the time to reflect on what we really want and whether or not we’re truly happy and fulfilled in our work.
Every few months i perform a sanity check to assess whether or not I need to make any changes to the kind of work I’m doing or how I’m doing it, and I’ve found the following six Fs serve as a helpful guide.
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