During the presentation by Dan Weber of Peak Pathways LLC, he brought up this poem by David Whyte.
It provide some introspection on where you are in your career and job hunt journey.
What do I do if I am lost in the forest?
Stand still. Stand still
The trees ahead and the bushes along side of you are not lost.
Wherever you are is called here.
You must treat it as a powerful stranger and ask permission to know it and be known.
Listen. Listen. The forest breathes.
It whispers, “I have made this place around you. If you leave it, you can come back again.”
No two trees are the same to the raven.
No two branches are the same to the wren.
If what a tree or a branch does is lost on you, then you are surely lost.
Stand still. Stand still.
The forest knows where you are. You must let it find you.
-an Northwestern American Indian proverb, as told by David Whyte.
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