Flying has great wisdom to share.
When you are in the clouds, you can’t see anything. Your view is limited. You feel closed in. You feel restricted.
Rising above the clouds expands your view in every direction. There are no limits. Opportunities can happen. Things feel possible.
In work and life, where are you in the clouds? Where is your view limited and restricted?
How will you get yourself out of your clouds so you can consider new opportunities and make big things happen?
When you find yourself stuck or in a challenging situation, ask yourself these two questions to help get yourself out of your clouds:
- What is another way to look at [this situation] that will give me a better outcome?
- What am I not seeing that I should see or consider that will help me see things differently?
Consider this: when you think you’re not as great as someone else, or lack a certain talent or ability, maybe all that is going on is you are stuck in the clouds.
By Jay Forte
Consider reading Give Me Clarity – and Courage