But did you die?
I keep seeing this bumper sticker as I drive around town. It says, “But did you die?” The Urban Dictionary says that’s “A question used to indirectly tell someone that their complaining about something of no importance.” And apparently it was made famous by a character in a movie.
Stretching builds strength
Experiences that take you to your limits…and even beyond what you thought your limits were…can make you stronger. I’m sure you’ve seen movies or TV shows where the main character had to go through excruciating and painful troubles. On a mountain. In a desert. Out on the open seas. Maybe that’s even been you. And you thought there was no way you could go on.
But did you die?
Change is a catalyst for growth. And when you give into the fear of change, you can stunt growth. So, it’s important to acknowledge and feel the fear. But then, do it anyway. Take on the stuff you think you’ll never be able to do. Grab hold of the things you think you can’t possibly hold on to. Like the old song says, “reach for the impossible dream.” Because, those are the best goals.
Have you noticed how the proudest times in your life are typically during a time of change or challenge? It’s why you like those kinds of stories in movies and TV shows. And you prefer to watch the main characters struggle and overcome. Because that’s what you have to do. Right? You wanna see them accomplish the outcome they desire. Not just have it handed to them on a silver platter. And you put yourself in their place. You become that central character.
If you’re nodding your head in agreement, you’re the kind of person I love to help. Especially if you’re a business owner. Because I know you’re willing to take action, do the work, and see it through. And you know you won’t die doing it. So, I want you to jump into my online business coach CRM system. Start building your business better and faster this year. Don’t put it off.
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