Do you ever not do something you want to for fear of being judged?
Most of us do.
But what is judgement?
Judgement is actually our own perception that others are looking negatively upon us.
It’s not what others actually think.
What others think has no power over us.
Our own perception is the only thing that has power over us.
Which means judgement is a self-imposed limitation.
Which means we don’t need to live with it.
We often compare today’s performance relative to yesterdays.
In summer I walked up to the Rob Roy Glacier near Wanaka.
There are two ways to find the limit.
When I was skiing professionally, I knew that standing on the edge of a cliff for longer didn’t make it any safer to drop.
On Monday I attended the funeral of a good friend of mine from medical school, Andy Greer. He died suddenly while working a shift at Christchurch Hospital. He was 40.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not one of these people who loves failure.
Challenges are a daily phenomenon for the entrepreneur.
Heaven is not wanting to be anywhere else.