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Manufacture Your Day by PUSHING YOURSELF TO GET BETTER

 In Manufacture Your Day

Manufacturing Training Self-Improvement

It’s Wednesday and it’s time for “Manufacturing Leadership Minute” with Karin.

Make sure to watch my video by clicking the link below:

The Number 1 Secret to Stop Living Your Fears

Have you ever been frustrated with yourself that you are too fearful to spread your wings?

I have been there and honestly, it was an emotional roller coaster.

Just recently someone said to me, “Karin, why are you never worried?”

What makes you think I don’t worry? Everyone worries. It is human nature to worry.

What’s different with me is that I refuse to give into my “worrying mind” for very long. I know how to shift focus and get myself into a different emotional state.

I have learned to embrace uncertainty and I always do my best to push myself out of my comfort zone. For me, it is all about getting better, pushing a little bit further and being mindful about having fun along the way.

In my mind being too comfortable breeds mediocrity.

I always do my best to set goals that really scare me.

Here are just some of the highlights:

  • Moving from a small village with 850 people to a city with a population of 250,000
  • Changing jobs for career advancement
  • Breaking up with my unfaithful long-time (9 years) boyfriend in my early thirties
  • Moving from Austria to Canada in my mid thirties (seeking adventure)
  • Getting into an admin job in a new country at age 35 (not the best career move)
  • Starting a business at age 39 (back in business)
  • Falling in love again at age 42 (what’s life without love?)
  • Going international with my business at age 47 (it’s never too late)
  • Getting married at age 49 (the best things happen later in life)

Looking back, everything fits together and makes a lot of sense. I think that taking all these risks has strengthened my character and has served me to be who I am today.

I encourage you to spread your wings. Who knows where they will take you.

In summary, a few “oops” are alway s better than too many “what ifs”.

Are you with me on that?

 

Food for Thought:

How do you make sure to spread your wings?

Please read the article:

Courage at Work: Lessons from Brené Brown

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