2 APRIL, 2024

What's one thing you'll regret
not taking a chance on? 🤔

A few years into my consulting career, I felt it was time to move on to new adventures.

Even though I was excited about the thought of making the shift, I also had a lot of fears, doubts and insecurities about my next chapter.

'Should I do this or that?'

'Where do I start?'

'Will it even work?'

'Will I have to sacrifice my lifestyle?'

'Will it be as good as I think it is?'

And if that wasn't enough, I had my own family and close circle project their own fears and insecurities on top of mine.

'Are you crazy for letting go of that paycheck?'

'What are you even going to do?'

'You'll definitely regret it and come back to consulting'

So yeah, internal and external voices got me thinking twice ... actually more like 1,162 times 😁

And now that I'm coaching high-performers and consultants that are in this transition phase today, I learned that these voices are also loud in their heads.

So why am I saying this? 👀

If you're in this place today, I want you to know that it's totally normal to feel that way.

More importantly, I don't want you to give in to these thoughts and feelings.

Because the more you listen to them, the more powerful they become...

What's the result?

You keep playing it safe ... and small.

You stay in your place.

And then 5 years go by, and you're still in the same spot, unfulfilled and also feeling the weight of regret.

Look around the office today, how many 'senior' people can you spot like that?

How many times did you hear: 'I never wanted to become Partner' 🙋

What did you think happened? How did they get there?

These people also had dreams and wanted exciting careers ... they just never took a chance on it.

Now over to you, what will you regret not taking a chance on?

P.S. Here's me taking a chance biking down the 'World's Most Dangerous Road' in Bolivia 😁

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