Reason Why

Hello everyone on the blog – o – sphere,

Hello everyone on the blog – o – sphere,

Fridays post was on the short side. So today let’s go down the rabbit hole of possibilities. 

 

What if you were the only person capable of making an impact? What if your life was what others looked too? What if you had that power? What would you do with it? What if I told you were capable of all these things? What than?

 

The reason behind this line of questioning is, to challenge. Many times in our walk in life we lose sight of others and focus on our own problems. Ever here the saying, “you can’t see the forest for the trees.” This can easily be us. The problem of always being focused on self is it makes us miserable. Now this doesn’t mean you never think about you, there’s nothing wrong with doing things for yourself.

Sorry I got sidetracked, back to the six questions in pink. You are capable of making an impact by simply doing things not only for yourself but for the people around you. Or even the generations after you. 

Your life is what other people copy! If you have siblings or friends coworkers. Leadership, true leadership isn’t something you ask for it’s something that’s given to you.  

You are capable of more than you realize. You can be the change. Now this doesn’t mean incite a riot because that’s not going to help. Just do what’s right because it’s the right thing to do.  Be the example. 

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  1. Great post! Imitation is the highest form of flattery – this is the saying/expression. If people copy you, then they see you as the leader, whether they’re aware of it – or not. Yes, there are people who certainly have a ‘leadership vibe’ about them, but it’s crucial to develop these traits. Have a good day! 🙂

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