It’s a rare occasion when I feel a need to repost something in it’s entirety, but Seth Godin recently wrote three brief sentences about hope and fear that are worth your time to read and digest.
Fear shows up unbidden, it almost never goes away if you will it to, and it’s rarely a useful tool for your best work.
Hope, on the other hand, can be conjured. It arrives when we ask it to, it’s something we can give away to others again and again, and we can use it as fuel to build something bigger than ourselves.
I could try to add to this, but I think the best thing is to simply consider a couple reflective questions in response to this.
Applied to a personal level, are you ruled by fear or driven by hope?
Applied to leadership and influence of others, how are you bringing hope?
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