There seem to be two sides to this question… those that think now is the best time to focus on self-improvement, while others think you should never stop the hustle. But why does it have to be so black and white? Why can’t there be a bit of both?
There is a lot to be said about taking some time during a time when things are very negative around us to self reflect and think positive. The biggest thing to remember is that COVID 19 is a very serious issue, but it is a temporary issue. This too will pass and in the meantime, chin up buttercup.
It is completely okay to want to spend some on self-improvement or keep hustling, or both. This isn’t rocket science and we can’t prove to you that one is better than the other, as they both have their positives.
What we can say is that there might be moments when you want to spend your day or stay up late wanting to learn a new skill or how to go above and beyond for your job or work towards achieving a new goal (like getting an MBA or writing a book), while other days you find you need to take a step back, get some extra R&R, bake with your kid, enjoy the sun on your face, etc.
It’s okay to feel differently from moment to moment. It is okay to spend most of your time working on self improvement. It is okay to spend more of your time hustling. It is okay to do a little of both. It is also okay to do things entirely differently. What is most important is staying healthy and staying true to yourself.
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