Their insecurities shouldn't affect how you show up. Period.
There's always going to be that ONE person that projects their fears, anxiety and insecurity on you.
They will leave the comment.
They will thumbs down the video.
They will send you the email.
They will share their unsolicited thoughts about you, to you because it makes them feel better.
Hear me when I say this... There will always be people in the world who don't get it.
There will be people who are triggered by your success, boldness, courage, light and people who feel the need to tell you all about it because it soothes their ego to do so - know that, bless them, and move on. It has NOTHING to do with you.
As a leader, unfortunately, you will get to be on the receiving end of some not so nice things...not saying it's fair. Not saying it's right. Just saying it is.
So often, I work with people who are afraid to speak out and show up because of this - I am not exempt btw.
I wrestle. I hesitate. But here's the thing... I don't let it stop me.
Other people don't get to dictate how I show up and how I share what I've been led to share.
Other people don't get to be in control of how It makes me feel to stand on truth and courage.
Other people don't get to have that much control of my life. I mean... Come on! I'm probably not even talking to them anyway.
And so it is with you...be bold because you're called to. Show up because that's part of your service.
Cheers to how you're showing up today, my friend! I'm proud of you!
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