In the face of certainty we, paradoxically feel we have the license to act when in fact, it is in the face of uncertainty - we are the most free.
Change is often nothing more than an unexpected opportunity. Don't get me wrong, 2020 was not only a humbling year but a successful one by any measure. Receiving a "Diamond Award" with Homesmart simply showcases the amount of impact I was able to have in serving my clients, family and friends. But sometimes, we must seek to not only understand when to change the direction of our path but when/whom may have the ability to help us change the speed of our trajectory.
Recently in my life, the notion of success has come up over and over again. Quite a bit. There is an axiom within our cultural lexicon that time and time again brings us back to the notion that success seemingly pushes us away from "ourselves". That it forces you to become many things; anything but your true self.
There was a moment in history, we as people looked up for the very first time [at the stars] and never would it be the same. We brought our own relevance and capabilities into question with a majesty that, to this day, maintains an unrelenting hold on our lives. As sophisticated as we may feel we have become, as progressive as we may imagine we are, rest assured most of us find ourselves petrified by the thought of failure.
In this conversation, Ramneek and Sarah talk about our perceptions of ourselves, the insecurities we all face (especially as entrepreneurs) and the mindset it takes to succeed in life. Join them in this engaging conversation as they explore Sarah’s work and her story that brought her to this moment.
Last night, I felt it happening and this morning - it has become a challenge to speak. I sound like I'm 80 years old, possibly a woman, holding back a cry.
Fixated on the height of our potential, we often overlook the breadth of our impact. True north is a walk between the two paths.
I fear this mentality does the inverse of what we would hope. It creates a sense of patience with our immediate routines while creating an inevitable frustration and impatience with our long term vision. When realistically it should be the opposite.