We are in an age and time where we can no longer work in silo and yet expect successes to come in abundance. Reaching out and believe in the concept of collaborating and abundance of successes will come eventually.
Fears of the unknown and/or self-doubt creates “imaginary walls” that limit or even stop our minds from taking those very important first steps in whatever we want to do. What can we do then? Psyche ourselves up and have positive self-talk, or better still, reach out to friends, a professional in the same area or get a coach to seek alternative ways and means to get around this.
Happy New Year y’all and welcome to a new decade! We are six days into the new year and I am sure new year resolutions are probably the word of the day for a lot of folks. I would like to take this opportunity to reflect on Jim Lovell’s famous quote with a slight personal twist “There are people who make things happen and then there are those who wait for things to happen; while sadly there are also others who do not know what has happened”!
Obviously, by just simply reflecting on the statement itself, you would want to be in the first group. However, the more important thing is “are you aware of which group you really belong to now; and if you are not in the first group, what would you do to make the change needed.
New Year Resolutions is all about actions – MASSIVE actions in order to realize what we have set for ourselves. All the best in all your resolutions this year! Cheers…
When you first embark on a new journey, be prepared to work really hard, harder than you normally would. Working feverishly over 6 full days of training in total; our sessions would start as early as 9.00am and lasted beyond 10.00pm for some days!
This was part of the development journey I embarked on in 2019 – continually striving to better myself. You should too…I found out in the process that purely equipping yourself with theoretical knowledge is not sufficient, you must put them into practice. Here, I finally had chance to own the stage – it is all mine!!! 🙂 Whatever that I learned were applied rather immediately on-stage!