Gearing up to pursue your purpose should create some nervousness as it likely comes with a high level of uncertainty. While you have been blessed with gifts and talents, much is yet to be revealed. Set the course, stay on it, and keep those butterflies in check.
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Consider that many of our habits and behaviors, such as competitor benchmarking, are born out of institutional experiences. The context between institutional needs and your personal requirements could not be more different. Ask yourself “why” often and adjust accordingly.
Don’t hold back on sharing your unique gifts with the world; it matters.
There are still many needs to be met, problems to be solved, and people to be inspired.
Can you answer all three in the affirmative?
If not, what needs to be true in order to change those answers?
Like many teams that venture out onto the football field, acknowledging 100 yards to goal, they recognize that not all plays work for every team. They often adjust the play calls based on the players that they have on the field.
So it is with your success. Best practices and models that work well for someone else are great places to start; acquire that wisdom! However, be mindful to ensure the right application to who you are and what you are designed to do.
Perfection is fleeting; moving forward is progress.
Doing so consistently, in the right direction, leads to success.
As we begin that time of the year where we tend to measure ourselves, consider consistent progress over perfection.
Companies have people dedicated to brand management, which lets you know just how important it is.
You are your own personal brand. Know and manage it well.
Commit to yourself as much as you would any form of employment. At work, we create S.M.A.R.T. goals: Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Timebound. Do the same with the commitments you make to yourself and keep them. At work, we burn the midnight oil, breakthrough barriers, and sometimes do the seemingly unachievable to deliver on… Read More »Success Thought of the Day – 11/11/20
Consistency! How else can you have a career that spans five decades, produces twenty albums, and sell more than 135 million records? ⠀ ⠀ You don’t have to be the “boss,” famous, nor do world tours. You simply need to lock into your purpose and live into it consistently. ⠀