Story Time Sunday

I have held quite a few jobs throughout my life so far and each and everyone of them has taught me so much and I am so thankful for the journey that I have been able to undertake.

There were a few jobs though that I was not happy at due to bosses making me feel like I was stupid or that I wasn't good enough. Most of the time I actually thoroughly enjoyed the work, I just didn't thrive in that environment. So over the years I have wondered why I felt like that and why I wasn't able to thrive and grow as an employee. It was quite simple, I was working for a boss, not a team leader. I have committed to learning and growing as a team leader over the past few years and I have a wonderful bunch of staff who are amazing and are thriving in the environment.

Was it by luck that this happened? No. It was my ability to look at my past and my situations and to ask 'what was the lesson I had to learn from that?' If I had kept the same mentality of 'why me' or 'poor me' I would have never sought out to learn and grow not just on a personal level but also on a business level and in a leadership role. Always be thankful for your journey even if it is a hard one as there are so many lessons that are available to us in those moments. If you can take on those lessons you will have a much greater chance of achieving your life mission and reaching your life goals. Happy Riding!

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