if you aren’t in the arena also … then …

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Why is getting into the arena important to me?

  1. I love trying new things, it is a way of living my life.
  2. Learning by doing, nurtures one of my main values: Curiosity.

There is also a need for me to explore new domains that makes me feel alive, out of my comfort zone. When I get into the arena I feel:

  • at choice
  • that I am discovering new concepts, embracing new ideas that would help me expand and make me multidimensional.
  • It is also great way to put myself at risk, vulnerable, exposed
  • It is one of the greatest mechanisms to receive feedback and accelerate learning.

I learned that …

  • Not everybody gets into the arena like I do, and that’s OK.
  • It requires courage, self confidence and willingness to put myself out there.
  • Offering and receiving feedback is a gift only reserved to those who get themselves into the arena too.
  • I will continue trying new things, to keep growing and expanding as a human being.
  • Before offering feedback to others, I would take a step back and think it through.

My invitation is to get yourself into the arena 

I personally thank you for reading my article. I celebrate your courage, bravery, perseverance and resilience.

Here some reflections I have for you today:

  • How many times have you criticized others from the comfort of your chair? 
  • What do you do to get into the arena and get your ass kicked?
  • What is holding you back to?
  • What would change if instead of talking from the grades, get yourself a baseball glove to start playing ball with the ones on the field?

Please stay at home, take a deep breath, keep yourself safe, and remember that:

No matter what happens, I strongly believe that we are incredibly better together!

Jesus

 

 

 

 

 

 

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