Struggling with being reactive is so common, and is only enforced by our devices that force us into being more and more reactive. Thanks for making this point. Being reactive all the time leads to misery, mainly because it means you aren’t the one in control of your life. When you are always reactive, someone else is in the driver’s seat.

Husband. Father of six. Wearer of fedoras. Startup co-founder (with exit). Nonprofit co-founder & CMO. I write about personal growth and nonprofit marketing.

Husband. Father of six. Wearer of fedoras. Startup co-founder (with exit). Nonprofit co-founder & CMO. I write about personal growth and nonprofit marketing.