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Why should you break the patterns?

Written by the CQO, Zip Nguyen, author of "The CQO Blog" [This is an archived post published on May 2, 2021]

If you've always said yes, try saying no; and if you would normally say no to a new experience, try saying yes.

If you’ve always been a planner, try spontaneity; and if you’ve always been going with the flow, try structure.

If your job is to come up with creative ideas, try taking a basic coding online class; and if analyzing numbers is what you do, try styling.

If your first language is English, try learning a new language; and if English is not your first language, try striking up a conversation without worrying about your accent or grammar.

If you’re usually a talker, try active listening to see others' points of view; and if you’re usually a quiet person, try speaking up your mind.

If you identify yourself as a socializer, try solitude; and if you identify yourself as a loner, try reaching out to someone you trust… or someone new.

If you tend to be tough on yourself, try letting go of past mistakes; and if you tend to be easy-going with yourself, try discipline.

You gotta break the patterns

to rejuvenate yourself,

to advance adaptability,

to see if there may be a better path you can take and what else you can be.

You gotta break the patterns

for life is not predetermined for you but by you.


When was the last time you say "no" to something? Have you ever challenged yourself by going down a different path than usual? What are your concerns if you break a pattern? Let us know in the comments below, DM us on @bloomincrisis via Instagram / Facebook or email us at!


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