I had plans on shooting a video from Spokane when I was visiting my daughter. I even brought my camera and tripod with me. Unfortunately, it was a plan that never made it to fruition. Does that ever happen to you?
In today's video (less than 3 minutes) I share a story from the book, Black Box Thinking, by Matthew Syed about a ceramics teacher who ended up showing that 'practice makes perfect.'
So many of us are stuck with the idea that everything has to be perfect or that we have to be 100% ready before we take action. And then we lose momentum.
We are better off adopting a mindset that 'good enough is good enough' and that not only do we get better with practice, we get loads of great information and feedback.
Why the heck are we so afraid of failure or looking foolish? It's time to stop being a perfectionist and time to start sharing your talents, skills, and dreams with the rest of us.
It's time to stop being a perfectionist and time to start sharing your talents, skills, and dreams with the rest of us.
Janet works with women who struggle with putting everyone else first, settling, playing small, and not following their dreams. She helps them move beyond the negative voices in their head so they can unleash their purpose, unmask their brilliance, and uncover possibilities that they have been blind to.