I don’t and can’t know what it’s like to be Waleed Aly; I can only know what it’s like to be me and sometimes that doesn’t feel enough, sometimes I want to be better than I am. But that’s not how life works, I am what I am and I am what I think.
Imagine a free crisis phone line where business owners can talk confidentially to a real person about their business concerns without being judged (or recorded).
Many businesses struggle and don’t know where to turn to for help.
Through my own experience as a Lifeline telephone counselor I know simply talking to an impartial ear can help people see a clearer path.
Do you think business owners would use a service like this where they can talk through issues without being judged or do you think people are too stubborn or proud to ask for help?
Lenses are there to alter perception and thats what we see our world through.
The podcast from The Art of Charm I listened to this week (with Rob Scott and Jordan Harbinger) delves deep into our thoughts, survival of your identity and challenging your truths.