Connect you with your Inner Strengths
Underneath their strong and successful exteriors, many leaders are struggling as they try to balance the many demands upon them. There is often a fear of admitting this, at the risk of being perceived as weak. Complicating things further, many have a fear of failure, or even ironically, success. Still others battle with imposter syndrome, doubting their own skills, talents or accomplishments are due to their internal strength.
These internal struggles extend to every area of life, and are not confined to the professional world. Often their relationships with their partners or children are negatively impacted, experiencing conflict, distancing or even infidelity. They may find themselves leaning into substances like caffeine, alcohol or even drugs just to get through the day. But it doesn’t have to be like this. I believe that the truly strong leaders recognize when they need support and are not afraid to ask for help.
Asking for help means you’re strong enough to admit you don’t have all the answers. And that is the true mark of strength, and wisdom. It means you’re trying to deal with life’s struggles and uncomfortable emotions, with humility, and most importantly, head-on. It is in this moment, that our work begins.
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