One place it's also easy to use cruise control is at the office or in life. We put things on auto pilot hoping to save time and effort.
To some extent, it works. Automating steps improves productivity. Nothing wrong with that. But, if we're not careful, we can just go through the motions.
Cruise control in life gives the impression of progress, but it can be false progress. The remedy to cruise control? Every now and then...
Refocus your efforts.
Take stock of your relationships.
Look at how you're spending your time.
Notice how others respond to you.
Use the responses you get to reshape your priorities. Then, it's time to get back on the road. Enjoy the trip.
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