Intense, but fun.

Too much to write. To little time. Maybe a daily post is unnecessary? Especially when I don’t have the time to do it properly?

Anyways, the 7 coming days I have A TON of work to do. An exam due next Friday evening, 3 videos that need to be edited, along with some serious workload at work this period. So I need to get realistic and pause some things.  No blog posting for a week and no Live stream until 16/11. Sunday video will be out though:).

Routine #1 – Daily Fear Facing

A lot of small social pushes. One I especially have in mind, which was identified and written down a couple of days ago finally had to be faced. The empty box next to it kept staring at me, screaming “cross me off, cross me off”. And it really wasn’t a big thing. Have a neck problem due to an old whiplash accident. Making me need a chair with a neck support, which we don’t have at my office. So I needed to have a conversation about them purchasing one for me. At least that was the outcome I was hoping for. But it was a conversation I kept avoiding. Subconsciously I kept telling myself I had more important things to do and that I would deal with it later. But when I really paused and reflected, I realised it kept draining me of energy thinking about it and should just be done. So I did, and now I’ll have a chair with neck support within weeks! Nice.

Now there for sure were more fears that were met today. But that one is plenty to give an example of what a daily little fear facing action could look like. Remember, it’s about creating that habit and keeping the momentum going so that we are ready for the big things when they come. Because they will. come.

…or one more! I also dared to try maxing out my chins. 28 semi-strict ones. New record. Nice Alex. Nice.

Routine #2 – New thing

Try vegetarian lasagna – Nice! Also, I was the last man leaving the office. Meant I had to learn to turn on the alarm system;).

Routine #3 – The Daily Fail

Hm.. Did I? Can’t think of any particular – it’s been a good day! But that also means I didn’t play gutsy enough;)! Or it was just one of those days! Or actually, I did lose my temper for a few seconds there when my little brother was nagging me about the lights. Keeping myself control is something I want to be able to do in all situations!

Tip of the day

Just have to recommend you to watch this incredible video by Simon Sinek on leadership. BUT, it says so much more about how we all work than just telling a story about what great leadership looks like. HIGHLY recommended.

See you tomorrow, Fear Facer,


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