Playing it safe is actually not safe at all. It's an illusion! In fact, it is dangerous for your health and well-being when you restrain your potential and limit who you are created to be. Cassandra Washington and members of her One Degree Shift community know from experience that when you play it safe you will never fulfill your purpose. They also know that you can play bigger when you connect to others. Learn how to stop playing small in your life and discover the difference you are meant to make.
We all need a little encouragement every now and then. To encourage a sister means to fill her with courage, to raise her confidence, to give her hope. We could all use a little of that, right?
Shyness can hold you back if you don't know how to overcome it. Susan K. Younger, a shy, tall, clumsy, smart girl growing up in Iowa, heeded the wisdom of her mother and learned to speak up and show the others who she really is. In this feature interview, we discuss the tools and support that helped her challenge herself, unlock her hidden confidence, and create success in her life. Susan explains that you too can develop the confidence to build connections that move you forward in life.
The creation of wealth is a good when humanity is served by it, but there are more important things than money. Right? Like the joy and satisfaction that comes from helping others. However, wealth is not good when humanity is ruled by it. Learn practical ways that we can use our collective energy to economically benefit our communities and how our commitment to generosity can create a more equitable world.
We are wired for community. We need each other. And, our collective effort allows us to flourish and makes progress possible. When we support each other's aspirations and life's goals, there is a mutual benefit. Both parties win and the world wins too! See why walking in the footprints made by the confident strides of others allows you to successfully make your mark in the world.