They say it’s lonely at the top.
They say you have to be someone special to make it to the top.
What they don’t say is you have to believe what you say.
Why do you want to be on Broadway? Is it worth the grind? Are you raising the bar so high because that’s what everyone who’s anyone says you have to do?
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Fear is attachment to things, outcomes, and people. Becoming unattached doesn’t mean we don’t care. It means freedom from fear.
How this manifests itself in climbing the ladder at work has an insidiously devastating outcome on our authenticity.
Passion. Bet you have a ton of passion.
Maybe you’re in a job where your passion thrives. Maybe you’re not.
Does passion make for a better worker?
Do you do your best work around something you’re passionate about?
How many leaders are in positions that got them a better title, a better paycheck, better meetings, and better perks, but took them further from their passion?
And then there are people who have found their passion, their dream job, but over the years they have allowed things beyond their control to poison themselves.
Imagine your own situation.