If we can define what we’re pursuing, then lost is any time we’re in conflict or misalignment with that purpose.” — Stephen Milburn
We’ve all experienced that feeling of being lost. Perhaps it’s on a road trip, or a hike. Or perhaps it’s in your vocation, your community, or your relationships. Perhaps it’s in the organization you help to lead.
What do we do when we sense we’re moving in the wrong direction? What can we do when we feel lost in the different arenas of our lives?
We have to first get really clear on what we’re trying to pursue. This is true for our personal lives and for our organizations. And when that true north is clear, then we can build the right strategies and steps to stay in alignment with that purpose.