“You gain strength, courage, and confidence through every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You must do one thing you think you cannot do.” –Eleanor Roosevelt
Think of a situation that you accomplished something you never dreamed you could do. Did fear or lack of confidence in the beginning threaten to derail you from your objective or goal? How’d it make you feel to push the limits and boundaries of your comfort zone? At Liberty National, it’s vital to learn from experiences and teach those you lead how to handle obstacles in a successful manner.
What does your confidence tell others?
Confidence is one of the best qualities to display when making a sale or training recruits. You’ll increase your confidence level when you take on new and exciting challenges that help you reach your goals. You gain strength when you listen to your Liberty National leaders and follow the systems that are proven to be effective. Courage is found when you try something new and take the next step in expanding your career. If you show your team the kind of character you can build out of learning experiences, they’ll catch on too!
Expand your Liberty National career when you diminish any fears.
Generally the greater the risk, the greater the result. Make your mark. Accomplish something today you’ve been afraid of trying or avoiding doing. How does your Agency grow when any fears are eliminated from the equation?