3 Mindsets That Hinder Leaders From Achieving Their Next Level Of Success

You’re a well-educated, seasoned professional with a solid track record of delivering high-level results in your field. You’ve set and broken records and have been recognized for your work. However, you’re spinning in circles trying to get to your next level of success.

You’re secretly struggling and completely frustrated because the strategies that once worked for you are simply not working. Furthermore, the one-size-fits-all strategies that appear to work for others in your field just don’t work for you. You feel fake and inauthentic when you apply them. You’re longing to grow as a thought leader in your ideal career. You desire to increase your income doing meaningful work that you love, by being your must authentic and creative self. Yet, you feel stuck.

Which one of these is keeping you stuck?

  1. Fear of rejection. You’re a people pleaser. You value people and relationships. You tend to naturally think of others first, and the mere thought of someone not liking you keeps you from focusing your attention, energy and actions on what counts – results.  
  2. Fear of criticism. “Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” – Bernard Baruch
  3. Fear of making a mistake or fear of failing. Failing is a part of the success equation. As a leader, this is where your greatest learning, growth and development happen. It’s also where you develop resilience, perseverance, patience and faith. You’re used to winning, succeeding and being the best. However, you have untapped potential that is burning inside of you that requires you to get outside of your comfort zone, be vulnerable and be willing to fail.

Fear is a master intimidator. It will paralyze you, but only if you let it. In order to reach your next level of success, fulfillment and happiness, you have to have faith and take action. Working with an Executive Coach can help you move forward past your fears, achieve your goals and grow as a thought leader, quicker than you could on your own.



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