Trapped

There are two forms of “entrapment”, physical and virtual. “Physical”, in the sense of the car being caught up in a traffic jam with nowhere to turn on a highway or motorway. “Virtual”, in the sense of being “stuck” in a lousy investment, business or job. Too often with the latter, I meet individuals where their mind has a vice-like grip on their ability to figure out how to adapt to the prevailing conditions (de-risk, effect change, change accountabilities) or escape entirely to a safer, more positive position. The good news is they can and very often will “escape” but their refusal to seek expert help dramatically prolongs the suffering. Move on!   

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