Be Remarkable

I don’t know about you, but I get tired of being unremarkable. Sure, I love relaxing and comfortable environments but put me in them too long and I get antsy.

Are you antsy?

If you are antsy, you feel energy somewhere. It could be in your gut, revving you up
for the big talk or big play or new surroundings. It could be in your feet, fooling you into believing you don’t have what it takes to take the big step you’re considering.
But you want to take that step, now, anyway, because it’s been too long since you’ve said, “Wow, I did that!” Like Sara Bareilles sings –
SAY WHAT YOU WANNA SAY, AND LET THE WORDS FALL OUT.
HONESTLY, I WANNA SEE YOU BE BRAVE!
And so do you. And so do many others who know you have what it takes to be remarkable.

Do the remarkable thing.

1. Seek perspective with new ideas that motivate you forward. Get a coach. Read that book on building confidence. Join a master mind group. Seek constructive feedback and then put together your plan of action.

2. Get into action. Pick up the phone to ask for an appointment. Network with the best of them.Tweak your message based on the constructive feedback. Test out your plan.

3. Don’t look back. Instead of relishing the comfortable space, look forward toward the next hurdle so you can make use of your strengths. Write your blog post. Comment on articles and posts you read. Give your refined message.

Now give thought to how you can continue your remarkable confidence-building. I’m not the only one who wants to see you be brave.

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