I challenge you to lead. To lead your own life, and be who you are. Take on something big. Put your stake in the ground for something that inspires you and moves you—something that doesn’t yet exist in your sphere. To recreate and alter your reality, something that would make a difference.
Do you ever stop and wonder—regarding the circumstances of your life—“How did I wind up here? I thought I’d be somewhere else at this point in my life, be something else at this point.” Do you have a sense that you are living life “by default?” Playing it safe and coasting now that you’re at the top? Ask yourself, why are you not living this precious, one life you have to the fullest?
Heraclitus of Ephesus, more than 2000 years ago, in 5th Century BC Greece, said: “Your character is your fate.” Amazing! And, conversely, I suppose that your fate, or future, is your character. I don’t mean the future when it happens (positively this will affect you)—I mean right now, today, what is your future?
It shapes and defines you.
Imagine yourself six months from now, living the experience of all your goals. How does this make you feel? Excited? Joyful? Rich?
A leader develops his character by taking on something big. Something he didn’t think was possible.
Since you’ve read this far, I’ll share a life hack with you. To make new goals part of your reality, not only do we (as humans) rely on our self-confidence, we allow threads of evidence to appear in our day to day experience. We must trust. If it seems impossible, you must do the work!
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