Remember Who You Are - Inspiration from The Greatest Showman

Recently Mark and I watched The Greatest Showman, and I was moved by one of the key songs - "This is Me".

It reminded me of you and stepping up as leaders, so I wanted to drop in and share what came to me.

  • Focus on your vision, even when the naysayers kick in
  • There's always a way, when it's important to you to make it happen
  • Leverage your team's individual strengths to bring out the best in them, which brings out the best in everyone
  • Be willing to get out of the way and put your team members first, so that everyone succeeds
  • Remove barriers so that the vision comes to life versus staying focused on only path to get there
  • Don't lose sight of the people who mean the most to you, who have had your back from the beginning and when you doubted yourself
  • Let people know how much they matter to you, and they will go the extra mile for you
  • When you have your idea, you have to get visible and be willing to stand out from the crowd in order to be seen
  • You have to be willing to go out on a limb at times, even when you feel like you might look ridiculous or scared you'll fall
  • It's ok to reach out and ask for support

And the biggest takeaway?

Believe in yourself and remember that there's a place for you and your gifts and only YOU can share them!

Being true to yourself, trusting your decisions, and really appreciating your natural strengths and personality to let your light shine brightly and show up as the confident leader you’re meant to be can be the scariest thing you could ever do.

And most rewarding.

This transformation starts on the inside, so that you can courageously and consistently show up as the confident leader you’re meant to be.

If this is resonating with you, I invite you to take the first step to start shifting your mindset with a free micro-course called Leverage Your Full Potential, so that you can up-level your business, own your leadership role, and bring your vision to life. 



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