“Life is dirty. It’s not going to happen the way that you expect, but you know what? It’s also beautiful, and you find out that once you get started in your journey, that you may find a path that you didn’t even know existed. [And] that path is way more exciting and is way more fulfilling than the initial path that you thought that you were going to take.” ~ Nate Lind
We’ve all heard the saying “Fake it ’til you make it.” There’s a good reason that it has stood the test of time – It’s really accurate. If you have the opportunity to be definitive and to be decisive and be confident, that gives you a tremendous opportunity over your peers. Most people aren’t confident about what they’re doing. Most people don’t have an idea about being decisive. Most people don’t stand out in that way, and there’s so much to benefit from by navigating confidently. You don’t necessarily have to have it all figured out, you just need to train your brain to navigate confidently and make your default setting “Self-assured.” And it all comes down to consistently training yourself to be confident, and letting go of some of the pushback we tend to give to life. We will review the science of self-training and how to develop your navigational flow.