We as MSPs oftentimes fear that we are not good enough, not capable enough, and that we would serve better silently instead of voicing our ideas. This month, I challenge you to believe that you are more capable, more exceptional, and certainly more extraordinary than you think!
MSPs need to let their gifts radiate! There are things that we need to be responsible for so that we can share these fantastic gifts with our team of people. One of those things is to never shrink in order for others around you to feel more secure – you are only doing yourself an injustice! Instead, assess your competencies and environment. Afterward, you will find that you will be able to leap into more effective practices and that you will find yourself more engaged in your work. Your talents, experience, and knowledge will also be more apparent to others.
So how does one obtain an extraordinary attitude? You must simply do these three self-empowering things in order to help you pursue an extraordinary attitude and an extraordinary life: awareness, responsibility, and communication. First of all, become more aware of your core values and principles and where your responsibilities lie. Secondly, become more responsible in learning the things you need to and to seek more education and obtain better proficiency in your skills. Finally, you must learn to communicate well. Everything that we do in the realms of awareness and responsibility will perish and be for naught if we cannot communicate effectively with all stakeholders. When you acknowledge these three elements, you can then utilize them externally!
Yes, it is so much easier to stay in the dark, resist change, and get the same outcome, but if you choose not to pursue your gifts, you will find that you will have a lower sense of self-worth, confidence, and job satisfaction, and you will always be searching for someone or something else to make you happy. Don’t be an ostrich with its head stubbornly stuck in the sand. Embrace your journey of discovery and start your change from the inside! You are in the driver’s seat of your own life, so take the wheel! You will find that you will gain a great deal of self-respect, the respect of others, and you will begin owning your results.