What are you looking at?
When you start to lose traction, you will crash into what you look at.
If you're on a racetrack and slide on a turn, you get to decide if you hit the wall or steer back into the center of the track. Either look at the center of the track or the wall and you will go in that direction. Tony Robbins told this story years ago.
The problem, as he described it, is that you don't know what you will do until you're in that situation. The lesson is to get uncomfortable from time to time. Test yourself. Get on the track. Train yourself to not look at the wall. There's only one outcome if you look at the wall.
The transition from presenter to speaker
I had left my laptop's charger in the conference room of my client's office without realizing it. I was at the DFW airport, working on the next day's presentation on my way to Indiana, when my battery went dead and I realized my mistake.
My entire career flashed before my eyes. "They will know that I'm nothing without PowerPoint," I thought to myself. At that time in my career I was not a speaker. I was a presenter. And without PowerPoint, I had no power and no point.
Time for Plans B and C. Never had them before.
Well, Google thinks I'm never coming home. Tried to add something to my calendar in Pacific Time and it asked, "Wait, what?"
It's been an epic summer gig season and I love what I do. My clients tell me it shows and that makes me smile.
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