- You can still be a thought leader with your vulnerabilities.
- People can see the steps you’ve taken in your journey; the good ones and the bad ones.
- Hilary was sick of the place she was at, so she sought to change it.
- She was open to learning things that she didn’t know.
- Be forgiving with yourself; know that what you’re going to learn is going to help not hurt.
- Share with others what you’ve learned and how you learned it.
- Championship leaders are constantly learning.
- Zone in on your specialty and make sure you’re constantly learning and growing.
- If people continue to let you down you can chose to be trusting or not: you can chose your circle.
- Trying to scale with trust issues will be a disaster.
- When something hits you- take in the emotions, process it, and then release it. Be open about it: be open to the why.
- Look at the pain as something that will help get you what you want.
- If you can examine the triggers to your pain honestly you will start to heal, and when you start to heal you will begin to experience abundance and prosperity.
- You matter- you don’t need approval.
- Be a leader for the RIGHT reasons.
- Deal with your anger- don’t let it hold you back.
- You know people that you may want to work with: send them an email and catch up.
- Do everything you possibly can: you don’t have time for self-doubt.
- Take what comes at you and continue moving forward no matter what.
- Life is a balance: prepare for both opportunity and adversity.
- Cutting toxic people doesn’t mean that you don’t love them or you don’t have memories with them; it is dependent on how the relationship makes you feel.
- You need to make difficult decisions about who is in your life.
- Championship leaders make difficult decisions for the betterment of the team and their lives.
“Leaders will respond in a certain way to get to where they want to go.”
“It is important to be open.”
“We have a choice of how much pain we feel.”
“You’re in charge of the perception you develop in other people.”
“You can’t be a stagnant leader.”
“Be open to each other.”
“Walk from pain into purpose.”
“Pain has power, and pain is a teacher.”
“Drown out the doubts.”
“People have more respect for imperfect action then inaction.”
“What are you doing to prepare for opportunity?”
“The pain was less than the relief.”
More On Hilary Jastram:
Hilary Jastram is the owner of J. Hill Marketing, specializing in copywriting and book editing for entrepreneurs and brands. She is also an author and contributor to multiple media. Jastram founded Sick Biz, an organization dedicated to providing support, resources, hacks, and hope to entrepreneurs affected by chronic illness, pain, disability, and sickness.
Hilary’s first non-fiction book, Sick Success: The Entrepreneur’s Prescription for Turning Pain into Purpose and Profit is available on Amazon.
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