Have you ever felt like your doubts and distractions are ripping you from your full potential?
Is fear somehow holding you back from achieving your goals as fast as you desire?
Then watch this video on how to reclaim your personal and professional life…
Have you ever noticed this about people who have exciting, fulfilling and rewarding careers? They don’t just ‘WANT’ a satisfying career… they take ACTION to achieve it.
You might not know it, but they challenge themselves to overcome their fears, doubts and insecurities to do what they have to do to have the career they want. The men and women who achieve career satisfaction are those who act boldly.
What exactly do I mean by boldness…. And why is it so important?
Boldness is having the courage and personal strength to respond effectively to a situation that you see as frightening, risky… or even just a little out of your comfort zone.
When you act boldly, it means you value yourself. When you act boldly, you take a strong stand for YOU as a human being.
It takes Boldness do things differently than you have done them in the past. Acting boldly may mean doing things differently than how the majority of people typically do something.
Boldness in your career does NOT mean being reckless or fearless. Boldness blossoms with a well-thought out plan of action, support, and determination to move you forward toward what you want in your career.
Boldness is not inherited. It is a personal behavior. And it’s a choice. Because it’s a decision you make, you can CHOOSE to replace acting complacently with acting boldly.
The decision to be bolder will revitalize your mind, increase your energy, revitalize your spirit, support your individual growth… and it will propel your career forward.
Do you really think a satisfying, rewarding and meaningful career is going to materialize without taking some actions that require boldness on your part?
To have more career success and satisfaction than you have now, you simply need to take different and bolder actions than you have taken so far in your career that have landed you where you are now.
We cannot and will not find satisfaction in our careers by relying on the bold acts of others.
We must take responsibility for our careers. Every act of boldness counts in your life. Over time, the career of the person who acts boldly will far outperform the person who does not.
To Your Career Success,
New York City Career Coach