Having been an avid runner for 35 years, it was difficult to hear that my running days were over upon receiving a diagnosis of a herniated cervical disc along with a few more 'compromised' discs near the end of 2017. I replaced running with walking because I knew I had to do something to stay moving. When the weather got nice I was happy to add bicycling to the mix. Eventually, several months into this walking/biking thing, I realized that maybe the herniated disc and the surgery that went with it were a blessing in disguise. The prior year of running was starting to feel more and more like drudgery and recovery time was increasing. I didn't want to let it go though as it felt like a big part of me. Ultimately though I realized there were other paths to fitness if I was open to new ideas and new ways to challenge myself. So too in business it happens - maybe what got us fired up and kept us going has lost some of its lustre, appeal, motivation, etc. Maybe it comes by way of forced change as in the example above or maybe by some degree of burnout. In any case, as in the example above and as so beautifully captured in the quote above, open your mind to new paths to success and new ways to challenge yourself. The results will be felt by you, reflected in your work and noticed by your clients and colleagues.