Working Through a Dour Mood

April 28, 2022 pwm1

Some days it is difficult to continue moving forward with our plans; those points at which we see very little progress being made, no matter the effort being put forth. Though we may not realize it at the time, those are the periods during which our focused action will matter the most. The key is to press ahead, despite our feelings to the contrary. By immersing ourselves in the work at hand, our dour mood will lose its grip on us, and the day will suddenly appear brighter.

—Mike Hazell

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