Episode 18: Believing in What's Possible
How do you know what's possible for you in your life or career? How do you know it's achievable? I've found that the reason we struggle with believing what's possible is because of fear. More specifically, I think the culprit is that many of us suffer from having a victim mentality. What I mean by that is that we don't want to deal with our feelings of fear, take responsibility for ourselves or the outcome we want in our lives and careers. It's scary because what if it doesn't work? Who will we blame? And if we're to blame, what does that say about who we are and what we can achieve? However, there's a way to overcome victim mentality, to start believing and achieving what's possible, and we're unpacking that today on the podcast.
In this episode of the Midlife Career Rebel Podcast, you'll discover…
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