Most of you can set goals and achieve them. You usually choose goals that require the skills and competencies you have acquired over the years. It could be said that most goals fit your character. When you have the skills and a character that fits the mission, you are more likely to figure out next steps when you experience failure. Most of you know various mantras about getting
up after falling. From there, you continue towards the goal. However, how comfortable is it for you to pursue goals that are far beyond any skills you have developed and goes against your character?
“Adversity introduces a man to himself” – Albert Einstein
In many cases, adversity comes when least expected. Because it is unexpected, there is no time to develop the skills, competencies, character, knowledge or anything else required to fulfill the goal. Yet, it still needs to be accomplished. For most, that is uncomfortable. Also, for most, being uncomfortable is the last place people want to be. In fact, many pride themselves on chasing peace and tranquility. At the same time, if you become powerful with being uncomfortable, can you find peace and tranquility in being uncomfortable?
To take us into a deep dive into the world of being comfortable with being uncomfortable, we will have an amazing guest. His name is Jason Van Camp. He is a West Point Graduate. He has served in over 300 combat missions as a US Army Ranger and Green Beret. Currently he has an MBA and trains people in leadership through his company Mission Six Zero.
Come learn the secrets of how to operate beyond what you already know how to do.
The show starts, Thursday, July 30, from 7:00pm-8:00pm (EST) at The Creative Alchemist with Ted Santos and Lori Miller on blogtalkradio.com.
To hear the show live, click: https://www.blogtalkradio.com/thecreativealchemist/2020/07/30/are-you-comfortable-being-uncomfortable
Call to comment live at: (516) 387-1640.
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