Dare! To Go! For It!

Dare! to go! for it!

There is a lot to be said in favour of contentment. Contentment can serve as a comfort when the next level feels unattainable.

When we have dared greatly and fallen short and need a short reprieve to lick our wounds and take some time out to heal, to reignite our courage; contentment becomes necessary.

However great contentment is, it cannot be a way of life. Contentment doesn’t satisfy our inherent need to be the best we can be, to drink full of all that life has to offer, that aligns with our hearts desires.

Contentment can save us from the despondency of despair, however contentment cannot make us content.

We came into this world not to accept what is given but to reach towards what often feels unreachable. Our discontent at average achievement, fires our courage to aim for the top.

We know that aiming high will make us uncomfortable, inadequate and unequal to the task. Yet we aim high anyway. Because it is human to evolve. It is human to seek to be better. It is human to dare greatly.

Whenever we settle for contentment, even if it spares us of the discomfort of punching above our weight. Yet it robs us of the sheer joy of having an experience of having what was once a ceiling become the floor to the next adventure; the next level of leadership, impact and income.

Are you a Black Woman in the Workplace who feels called to the next level of leadership, income and impact?

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Published by Hlatswayobusisiwe

MBA (Henley), Career Coach and Founder Black Women in the workplace www.blackwomenintheworkplace.com

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