To sustain a balance with progress is tricky.

When we begin to observe progress being made toward an improved result, we know we are only just beginning.

When we fail to observe progress quickly being made, we tend to falter.

Progress is really more of continuous and never-ending journey amid the conditions of change. When we merely solve problems to make progress, we may only return to normal or the way it used to be.

If we find opportunities to evolve, beyond just solving problems, we will progress. But that progress will be short-lived if we don’t continue to evolve under changing conditions.

Progress is better to be understood as being without a clear beginning and an end. Learning and applying what you learn is a continuous cycle to progress and move forward as the conditions of the world change.

“The art of progress is to preserve order amid change and to preserve change amid order.” — Alfred North Whitehead —


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