Right now, our systems are running overtime in an attempt to keep us safe. It can seem dangerous, at least to our unconscious, to even send an email. To expose ourselves in any way. Let alone to succeed when others are struggling.
But it is only through our collective talents that we can build the new future that we need.
We need your genius to do that.
People like Steven Aitchison and Gay Hendricks have written that we all have a belief ceiling. A psychological cap on the level of success, visibility, money, that we are willing to have. Belief ceilings can limit us personally or professionally.
And they prevent us from revealing our true genius, lest we be driven from the tribe.
But as I said, we need your genius right now.
Sometimes, just seeing what our belief ceiling is (and who installed it) can be enough to dissolve it. Sometimes we need to dismantle it one piece at a time.
What is your belief ceiling? Where did it come from? And what is one small action you can take each day to show yourself it doesn’t really exist?