Don’t shrink, don’t puff up, just be yourself.
Lately I’m having so many conversations about what it takes. What it takes to achieve your dreams, how to understand if you’ve a chance to achieve what you want, when it makes sense to pursue your goals.
Now, if you ask me, the answer to that is: always. It makes always sense to pursue your goals and stay connected with what keeps you alive, stimulated and motivated. There’s no question about that. If the question is if you can make a living doing what you’re really passionate about, well, this is a different question. But whether you can transform your passion into your business or not, you shouldn’t quit your passion.
In the last post, I talked about how you can start dealing with your fears, observing and understanding them. The goal here is to get more familiar with them, so that you can use them as a resource (what they really are) instead of a brake. And in this post I want to help you to take the next steps to build awareness and courage.
When it comes to achieving your goals and making your projects a reality, fear can be a serious obstacle on the road. This is true whether you are an employee or an entrepreneur.
I’ve talked about how to understand this type of fears before and I want to add that
dealing with fears building courage is a process.
A new year has just started, it’s the perfect time for reflection and I want to lift up this idea of making space for success in your life.
When we talk about making space for success, there are different aspects we need to look at:
- The first one is making space to be yourself and believe that you deserve to achieve your goals.
- The second one is making space in your professional environment.
- The third one is making space in society for yourself and other successful women.