Are Your Disappointments a Stepping Stone for Growth?
Today I want to share about a situation my son was in. When his supervisor left, he became the “temporary” supervisor.
And that new position put him through the paces.
In an hour long stress session, he told me how frustrated he was with the new position.
He is naturally introverted so being front and center was draining. Then, he became responsible for training new team members. And he hated training “with a burning passion”. On top of that, he was responsible for making sure everyone's work was completed satisfactory.
And in his words, he “sucked at it”.
In life, as we venture into new waters professionally we may face an onslaught of new challenges. These can blind our self-perception.
Have you ever found yourself struggling to move forward when a circumstances made you intimately aware of areas you need to improve?
To improve, to grow, we must learn from setbacks.
This month’s resource will provide insight to help you view obstacles as stepping stones to your goals.