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In our quest to grab more of the goodies, a singular focus sometimes blinds us to the obvious. If however we made relaxation a priority, we might just see connections that remain hidden.

Growing where we’re planted (instead of looking for greener grass) may reveal exactly the thing for which we’ve been searching. Mining beneath our feet not only tills opportunities, but it unearths unexpected treasures.

Although LinkedIn is a great program to electronically connect to “six degrees of separation,” our face to face friends may have connections that are equally beneficial. Lately, have you talked with compatriots in your area? Rekindling old friendships may create the portal to your next platform of achievement.

Planning your projects on paper (or with software tools) builds a sense of excitement. If you delineated what’s on your local plate, you might just reassess whether leaving is an option.

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All viewpoints expressed by Jackie Gilbert are her own, and not of her employer.

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