The more truly we consulted our own powers

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If you’re worried that with success will come an unpleasant array of new responsibilities and challenges, you’re right. 

If you’re anxious that getting to the next level of anything means the heights of your actions will call upon the depths of your will, you’re right. 

But.

If you trust that the rising tide of life will lift all boats, including yours, you’re also right. 

If you have faith that the everyday resilience to persist in your efforts will show up right on schedule, you’re right too. 

Think back to the many new jobs and projects and circumstances and relationships you’ve had over the years. 

Weren’t you surprised at how quickly and creatively you rose to the challenge? Didn’t the portfolio of skills that you do well create real power together? And isn’t it amazing to remember how fully alive to that terrifying moment you actually were? 

Emerson, a man gifted with a large cheerful nature, who taught an entire century of people to hope, believed that our ambition was exactly proportioned to our powers. 

He was right too. 

And so, as you confront these changes, prepare yourself for a sudden power within you to rise. A power that will keeps you wonderfully poised in the midst of it all.

Trust that there is no upside to not believing in yourself. 

And know that it does not cost you anything to tell yourself that you can do this. 
LET ME ASK YA THIS…
Are you still struggling in vain to make the world stay the way it was?

Scott Ginsberg
That Guy with the Nametag
Author. Speaker. Strategist. Inventor. Filmmaker. Publisher. Songwriter.  
scott@hellomynameisscott.com
www.nametagscott.com

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