It’s not always about winning big. I mean honestly, just ask the Patriots from Super Bowl LIII. No touchdowns through 3 quarters? Yawn.
If you’re consistently not showing up in your job, business, relationship, etc. you either need a new plan or a new direction.
When you take it to the level where it disrupts your life, your happiness, and your overall well being… then you’ve taken it too far.
Look for opportunities to do the things that scare you, not just to overcome fear, but because they are the things that you most want to do.
Happiness gets a lot of hype these days. But can the purpose of life really be something so fleeting?
Here are three quick reasons for why your struggles are an important part of your success story.
There will always be some limit that you think is there, only to find out when you reach it that it’s moved on you.
There comes a moment when you accept that you are powerless in the grand scheme of things. When you realize you can’t possibly control all the variables. And that is the most empowering moment.
Whether you think you’re already great at what you do or you think you’re subpar, it actually might not make a difference.
It’s true that you have a network of people that you can tap into. That’s one of the cool things about being a human… you have a really good chance of knowing other humans.