Let’s get the ball rolling – I recently read this interesting article by Mark Sturgell and felt that it deserved sharing. He said:
How would your life be different if you had more courage? Where would you and your business be now? Where do you want to be? How will you get there?
Around the start of every year business people start thinking, "Our organizational performance could have been better last year; what can we do differently this year to achieve the results we really want?" This is also a time of year that people set goals (more often resolutions) that they are either sure they can accomplish or subconsciously believe they never will achieve (how about that New Year's exercise plan or that breakthrough sales goal?). You are only as great as your vision and beliefs will take you. Where will they take you in the next 12 months? Will you have the courage to take action now on the things that are most important to you?
It is amazing the number of people who struggle to risk who they are, in order to become who they most want to be. Maybe you should read that again: "It's amazing the number of people who struggle to risk who they are, in order to become who they most want to be."
Courage has a profound impact on the actions of leaders, salespeople, employees and the performance of any business. After all, organizations do not succeed or fail -- people do.
Let’s know what you think about what he had to say.