Thought for the Week – To Dare or not to Dare?

truth-or-dareI hope you enjoyed last week’s Thought for the Week; “The Masked Ball of Life” about how we can present ourselves in the way we want to be seen and to avoid judgement, pain or whatever.

You can read my previous blogs here.

To continue this theme …

OK, we know that we can protect ourselves by presenting to others what we want them to see … at the same time, how can we not lose our true selves in the process?

Being genuine and authentic about our views and opinions can seem risky in certain situations and yet, we can have our most profound success in these moments!

Why is this?

Let me share this with you …

“Authenticity is a collection of choices that we have to make every day. It’s about the choice to show up and be real. The choice to be honest. The choice to let our true selves be seen.”

“Authenticity is the daily practice of letting go of who we think we’re supposed to be and embracing who we are.”

-Brené Brown-

[Leadership expert with top-selling books and a very popular podcast].

And I will leave you with that thought.

If you would like to have a complimentary one-to-one coaching session with me, there is absolutely no obligation. After 30 minutes, you will have gained more clarity and insight on how you communicate and what to do and also what not to do about it! You can book a slot HERE 

I will be in touch again with more thoughts and tips on how you, and / or your team can be more effective communicators.

With best wishes,
P.S. Check out The Communication Code

Published by korinnethrive

Hello, I’m Korinne … I work with committed and determined professionals who want to master their communuac skills. Often business people believe they are doing OK and yet they know they are not getting the results they want and deserve. I’m passionate about helping people to achieve thir vision and get results. I have been working with Business Owners and Leaders for more that 25 years, helping them to realise their vision of what they truly want, overcome barriers to effective communication, so they can be the best version of themselves and thrive in their lives.

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