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Power of Seeing Genius, Worth and Potential in Others


In this episode Stephen Shedletzky returns and we discuss our experiences with speech problems and how those experiences led us to want to serve others and help them reach their potential. We also discuss how liberating it can be when the thing that we fear the most actually happens!

Show Notes

Resources:

Connect with Stephen:

LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/stephenshedletzky/?originalSubdomain=ca

Mentioned in the episode:

Are You Owning Your Impact?: bobbikahler.com/awareness/episode092/

Bobbi’s Takeaways

Here are my 3 insights for thriving:

  1. When you see a limit for yourself, you have the option of confronting it or ignoring it or rationalizing it away.  I tend to not like speaking in absolutes like “you should always confront it” but as I look back at my own experience and those that I have coached and interviewed, I’m having trouble coming up with an example of when confronting it wasn’t a good idea.  I know that for me – and it sounds like Stephen as well – confronting our limitation led to breakthroughs that we wouldn’t change for the world.
  2. I loved Stephen’s formula when he shared that in the marines you have to have affection for those that you lead and he said that to him affection is seeing genius, worth and potential in others. 
  3. It resonated a lot for me when Stephen said that it was so liberating when he stuttered over his own last name because that was one of his greatest fears and it happened AND nothing bad happened.  That right there is the power of facing our fear. 

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