The philosopher Soren Kierkegaard once declared, “To dare is to lose one’s footing momentarily; to not dare is to lose one’s self.”
To achieve financial success, you must make a tough choice—stick with what’s doable or dare to take the more demanding route.
Basically, this is how the high earning game is played—stretching beyond comfortable to the seemingly impossible.
Almost always, stretching is preceded by the thought, “I can’t do that” or “it’s too scary.”
It’s as if each call to stretch is an initiation of sorts, as if each act of daring becomes a private rite of passage.
The audacity to do what feels frightening, if not outright unobtainable, is precisely what elevates successful women to the next level—often in earnings, usually in skills, always in self esteem.
What is a stretch you need to take? Leave me a comment below.