The Scariest Moment

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Is that you? Is that me? We suffer a loss and we are frozen. We lose a key contract and we are frozen. Sickness, health, business crisis, job-loss, a wayward child, spousal disappointment. In all of these, if we are not strong, we become frozen. Scared. Stuck.

We reflect on the story of the eccentric Miss Havisham in Charles Dickens novel, Great Expectations. Her fiancé left her at the alter and she remained scared…frozen in time. She lived the rest of her life in her wedding gown never able to recoup.

Steven King was the opposite. He was turned down numerous times for his writings. Estée Lauder too. She was turned away many times for something she believed in. Her product. Her perfume.

Both of these individuals persisted and never gave up on something they believed in. Both remained steadfast. Unfrozen. And in that state, they were able to achieve their best. They achieved success and became known among society’s finest.

Have you suffered a setback? Have you become frozen? Take the step to break-free! Become an object of admiration. Hold your head up high. Ask, seek, knock, connect! You will then be able to move on despite the odds. Unfreeze.

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Author: Dr. Shelly C

Dr. Shelly Cameron is an Author, Speaker, and Coach. She has more than 15 years Experience in HR Consulting, Recruiting and Career Development. Employers Discover how you can Hire the Right People at www.ccahr.com, and Individuals Discover How you can Transform your Career at www.shellycameron.com.

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