Dissatisfaction Comes First

If you’re intent on creating something from scratch, launching some new effort, or for that matter, making something better than it already is, there’s going to be disappointment at first. This is because the challenges associated with getting started or up to speed are bound to be dissatisfying – when compared to what the project will eventually look like.

The dissatisfaction is hard or all but impossible to ignore, so use it as a catalyst to keep forging ahead to the juncture where unsatisfying feelings turn to those of joy of accomplishment.

Initial dissatisfaction is the price you pay for committing to a goal that will improve something tomorrow.

Joseph Wegmann, R.Ph., LCSW is a licensed clinical pharmacist and a clinical social worker with more than thirty years of experience in the field of psychopharmacology. His diverse professional background in psychopharmacology and counseling affords him a unique perspective on medication management issues. In addition to consulting with numerous psychiatric facilities, he has presented psychopharmacology seminars to thousands of clinicians in 46 states.

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