Do you ever wish you could sit your younger self down and give him/her a talking to?
The thought has definitely crossed my mind on more than one occasion. In fact, during a conversation with Jon Mertz from Thin Difference, that exact idea popped up and we decided to give it a go - with a focus on leadership lessons of course.
Today I'm sharing:
Here is a sneak peek:
At the risk of sounding like a broken record - I can't believe how much I've changed since turning thirty nearly two years ago. It probably sounds absurd; how much can one really change that quickly? But I swear it, I've somehow managed to figure out the many problems I struggled with over and over for the entire decade of my twenties, in a fraction of that time
Perhaps it was the still developing prefrontal cortex - in fact, I'm fairly certain it was - but I am grateful for my once youthful spirit and determination. I was a risk-taker. I wasn't afraid to try new things and delve into the unknown. The results were mixed - some turned out the way I'd hoped, others were colossal failures - but with each experience, I was provided an opportunity to learn something valuable. I call that a win either way!