As a leader, have you ever experienced times in your business where things were unfolding with ease; life seemed to be humming along just great…when suddenly and without warning, your “good fortune” came to a screeching halt and you found yourself feeling stuck and stagnant?
So what do you do when you realize that you’ve lost your mojo? How do you get it back?
Remember, every situation is an opportunity to hold an internal conversation of possibility – REGARDLESS of the current circumstance is that you find yourself in.
The key is to keep your attitude from being shaped by your circumstances – and instead to be determined by YOU – REGARDLESS of external factors.
James Allen, the author of “As a Man Thinketh,” has a wonderful quote in his book…it states, “circumstances do not make a man, they reveal him.”
On the opposite side of every challenge lies the opportunity for huge breakthroughs and even greater growth as the authors of our own lives.
When we hold a future that is grim, it often follows and we become resigned, unmotivated, and stuck in thinking that nothing will really make a difference.
Conversely, it is when we hold a future of possibility that is exciting to us and we allow our feelings and emotions to be there without resisting them that we naturally transform back to motivated action regain flow and our mojo.
This is true power.