I have been observing a group of people for some time. People who want to make positive changes in their lives. They often share what they have currently completed. What are they doing now and are inviting others to cooperate. A new person has recently joined the group. A specialist whose clients are highly placed people.
Everyone in the group suddenly greeted him in a rather special way. They began to make compliments:
“And it’s you.”
“Sorry, I didn’t know it was you.”
“I didn’t think that someone at this level also needs to develop.”
Every person who has achieved something great and takes further steps develops. Even very outstanding people benefit from the support of coaches and mentors.
It seemed like the group had suddenly forgotten that people, who were going forward, were acting. As if the success of the new member of the group overshadowed their efforts and significance. I felt an internal need to address this. I’ve been following the same thoughts all my life. I had the impression that everything I do is not enough to tell someone:
“Hey, listen, I know that and I can help you.”
For so many years I was lagging because I had the impression that others were better, more valuable, smarter.
Now I do what I like. I am all in it. If you are intimidated by the success of people next to you, I want to tell you something very important:
Each of us has unique talents.
Everyone is unique, everyone is valuable.
There is no other such person in the world.
There is only one like you.