December 16

How to be in a state of constant growth


How to be in a state of constant growth

Do you know who you are?

I’m sure you’ve encountered this question several times in the past.

And I’m just curious…

How do you answer this question?

Here’s what I think.

We all try to have this idea of who we are.

After all, we should know ourselves, right? We should be the best judge as to who we are deep inside.

But if you think about it, this is a bit more complicated than that.

I remember having an interesting conversation with Erika Cramer, the Queen of Confidence.

We talked about this question and she had an unexpected answer.

She said…

“I don’t know who I am. And I feel like none of us know who we are. I feel like we are constantly uncovering the stone of who we think we are. And then we go, ‘Oh, I’m not that.’ And then we grow and evolve… I hope I never know who I am. I hope you’re constantly questioning who you think you are.”

What Erika said really got me thinking.

As human beings, we are constantly changing.

We are evolving all the time.

Every time something happens in our lives… we emerge as a different version of ourselves.

Like if something happens in our business where a problem needs a solution…

While we work on that problem, we are changing along with it.

In the course of solving that issue or problem in your business, we are gaining new insight into things.

We are learning something new. We are getting a new experience.

The same is true if it’s a problem in our personal life.

Every event or situation we go through changes something within us.

This is why I understand why Erika is convinced that we don’t really know who we are.

As long as we are alive, we are changing.

Do you know what that means?

You can be in a constant state of growth.

Every time you go through something, it’s up to you to decide.

Will you let that change you for the better… or for the worse?

If you are always changing for the better – that’ll bring a massive impact on your life and your business.

Do you believe that? I really hope you do.

In case you want help in your business, book a Call to Clarity with me today.


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