Overcoming fear takes time. Lean into the fears you have. It will build confidence for you down the road.
You are the architect of your future. What you think is what you will do. What you do is who you will become. The question then becomes – What do you want from life?
We’re not going to talk again until you have failed… That was one of the last things I said to a client during a Coaching call.
Taking a step to overcome a fear you have can inspire someone else.
Whether on the ledge over the Colorado River about to jump or asked to lead a new project, ministry, or product line, the same question comes to our mind and gut – Do I have what it takes?
He knew for the organization to grow and evolve; he would need to be a different leader… But my friend came out a different person, he actually became like the consultant.
If you cannot lead yourself well, you should not be leading others.
Most people think ‘I must assert myself in a new role’. But the truth is humility will get you farther, quicker.
From his perspective, life was happening to him and he had no control over it. He wanted his circumstances to change without him having to change.
For me though, laughter means I’m all-in on what is going on in front of me.