Isn’t it funny how we’re almost completely blind to ourselves?
We have this narrow-band view on who we are and what we stand for and so on…
But there’s a lot more to you… good things and bad things.
Problem is, we tend to so be hyper-focused on what we do see, that we never get to noticing the rest.
That example from yesterday is a nice one: I saw myself as someone who is putting things out there, building my success one step at a time… and it blinded me to the fact that I’ve been avoiding things and essentially been playing small.
Which is why I’m really happy that I spent a lot of hard-earned cash on just one conversation with someone who showed me a side of myself that badly needed being seen.
And yes, I’ll do it again. Because I’ve found that each time I invest in myself, it pays off.
Over the years, I’ve spent thousands on working with coaches and trainers, and things always got better as a result.
Is it because those people are such geniuses?
No. It’s because I realised that on my own, I wouldn’t be able to get beyond where I had arrived.
And so I invested, and bam: progress. Insight. Change. Every time.
I can’t tell you that I’m the right guy to help you, but I’ll tell you this:
Investing in yourself is worth it. Whether it’s by hiring someone or by reserving time each day to study: we all need to invest in ourselves.
Just make sure you choose the right person do to it with.
Would that be me?
That’s for you to decide…