Things you can choose:
- To be on-time.
- Your interpretation.
- Your style.
- Your words.
- Your tone.
- Your attendance.
Making an excuse for a bad attitude, being late, taking stuff personally, looking like a schlub, unkindness, yelling, or not showing up is your choice, too.
Which do you choose?
Towards any good run, it’s easy to forget why you started. To focus on satisfying your needs instead of the needs of your team. Of your congregation. Of your fans.
Maybe the thought is, “I deserve it”? I deserve to be a part of this team still. I deserve to speak about my fears. I deserve to write a TV finale that’s fun for me.
It’s the real legends and leaders and visionaries, though, that refuse the easy choice. That never forget where they came from. Or who got them where they are. Or why they started in the first place.
Towards the end, do you have the courage to do what’s not easy?