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Average People Doubt Themselves

It’s surprising when great leaders question themselves. For the average person, doubt is a recurring obstacle. We assume that celebrated men & women must have something special about them. Maybe it’s an unusual capacity for enduring hardships. Or another ability that other people are lacking.

The truth is we don’t see every aspect of a great leader’s journey. They may share their struggles with us. But often, they edit their narrative to prove their determination. Their biographies will reject imperative details that make them more relatable. The point is usually to create a reason to admire this person and fill you up with a combination of hope & hype.

Know that everyone must overcome their ego to become a great leader. If you haven’t stripped away the fallacies surrounding your energy, then your ignorance will taint your message. Anyone that aspires to push their beliefs onto others is an advocate for strife.

Managers seek to control others through coercion, the chain of command and manipulation. This approach to driving others is devoid of inspiration. To energize people with our vision, we need to connect from a place of oneness. Benevolence stems from the liberation of restrictions such as egos, negative beliefs, and limited thinking.

Leaders Inspire You to Lead Yourself

What are the differences between great leaders and the typical person? Do leaders fight with their doubts too, or have they removed them? I am going to answer these questions and more by reversing the perspective. Instead of assuming that leaders have no obstacles, I will tell you their most significant hindrances. The intention is for you to know what to prepare yourself for and understand that you are the leader of your life.

The average person uses their limitations as an excuse, never even attempting to improve. Their belief that the first step of failure is trying is a negative-program. Thus, all they do is admire or envy others. Placing others up on a pedestal and considering yourself inferior is an ego issue. On the other side of the spectrum, the people who proclaim themselves superior to others can’t be leaders as they’re egotistical and unable to experience oneness.

Dream Delay & Entitlement

A great leader is a visionary. They focus on their dreams and intend to manifest them into reality. However, sometimes there is delay and scarcity of results. The drawback isn’t due to work ethic, productivity, or anything physical. We must pay attention to our unconscious beliefs.

One of the main ways to trip up a great leader is to get inside their mind and convince them of a fallacy. It can be any number of self-sabotaging beliefs. But in the end, the effects are the same: Reluctancy, frustration and the decay of a once-great momentum.

So you’re already a great leader. Chances are you have re-programmed your mentality. You are making it harmonious with all’s origin and co-operative with your best interest. But why are there still delays? The challenge isn’t your productivity or confidence, but your arrogance and entitlement.

Believing we deserve the best and a sense of entitlement are two different things. You have nothing to prove. You are the creator and leader of your life. But the attitude of superiority is a by-product of ego. Shed the sludge, and climb out of the swamp. Step into your empowerment.

Like Climbing a Mountain, Nothing Comes Without Effort

Your subconscious issues hinder physical results. Similar to a web catching flies, the subconscious spider consumes possibilities. Keep your mind open; a mountainous landscape with an enlightening breeze. This world’s lowest level is full of uncertain individuals—plagued by insecurity and distrust. You must remove yourself from the maze of confusion and doubt.

From the swamp, leaders arise. Birth is not the beginning of us; it’s a continuation. Remember before you were born. Reset your thinking, and harmonize with source. Know all is one. Knowledge is flowing to you, like water crashing against a dam. What is blocking it? Let’s clear the blockage now.

Challenged Expectations

Part of the reason frustration erupts is from ignorance and having expectations challenged. As we raise our consciousness level and see beyond our blind spots—we become aware of previous limitations. Climbing up the mountain can be treacherous; it’s not without difficulties.

It can be painful to let go of paradigms & people. But as we climb higher, it becomes evident that some things can’t come with us: negative programming (self-sabotage) and contradictory friends & family.

Peeling away disillusionment and revealing the beauty that was there the entire time. The strength to prevail was always in you. Connect the dots. Complete yourself. Do not seek fulfillment, as that is entrapment. Listen to your silent-guidance-system. The oneness is orchestrating your successful navigation through the labyrinth.

Misunderstanding Detachment

Even when we gain surefootedness on the linear path, a new challenge presents itself. Before we’re convinced about severing ties with “bad examples,” we hang on and pretend the friendship still makes sense.

Being a leader requires you to know when to offer a helping hand or cut your losses short. You will use up all your effort on needy people; as your energy depletes, so does your traction. Slipping down the mountain like a mudslide, now the stress is overhead.

Eventually, the misunderstandings enhance, and the inside jokes can start to irritate. It’s tiring enough to climb up a mountain without carrying somebody else. The exhaustion leads to resentment. The friend remains in their swamp as you continue your rise.

Keep your feet planted firmly. Each step is from an inward state of knowing, rooted in your origin. There is no doubt strong enough to penetrate the purity of this connection to truth.

The Conflict of Compassion

The people closest to you can influence your behaviour. Great leaders know to surround themself with inspiration and encouragement. But what happens when we include relationships with toxic personalities in our life?

Great leaders are empaths, meaning their emotional intelligence is above average. And they’re usually tremendous people readers. They can decipher motives & hidden agendas and display a psychic-like ability to understand others.

Many consider the ability to tune in to another’s mental & emotional frequency a gift. But with it, there comes a hefty price. There is a window (to connect with others), which means there is also a way into your mind.

It becomes distracting for empaths to live amongst emotional people. Their sensitivity, compassion and capacity for human understanding turn into a vulnerability. The average person misunderstands their own emotions and isn’t aware of others’ disturbances. And even if they do become aware, it’s still something outside of them. But a sensitive, compassionate, helpful person can internalize the negativity around them.

An empath can turn confused after prolonged exposure to the uncontrolled emotions of others. Their openness in the emotional & mental realms creates room for uncertainty. Their lack of restraints has serious pitfalls when dealing with victims of trauma and emotional abuse.

Final Thoughts

It’s very critical that they select wisely regarding who is in our life. We must protect ourselves with a psychic shield. We are preserving the sanctity of our emotional-equilibrium. It’s effortless to lose control of our temper, and it’s even easier when you’re an empath surrounded by bitter people. By being honest with yourself, you can use your ingenuity to create solutions.

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