The Introvert Entrepreneur
Beth Buelow shows us how to expand into our “capacity zone” while still using our “comfort zone” as a home base.
Author, The Introvert Entrepreneur*
Host, The Introvert Entrepreneur podcast
Coaching for Leaders episode 201: How Introverts Make Great Leaders
When you 'fail,' it’s usually because you were attached to a particular outcome. And when it doesn’t happen that way, it gets labeled a 'failure.'
If you approach your goals with less attachment, you’ll find yourself much better able to see those failures as data, rather than indictments of your character and who you are.
The comfort zone is what makes stepping out into the unknown possible.
Remember to celebrate every time you stretch that capacity zone.
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