Two words that are the result of your own journey, hardship, or loss.
Two words that can drive loneliness, fear, doubt, and insecurity away.
Two words that provides comfort in a time of need.
Two words that connect you to others.
I went through…
I am struggling with…
I feel scared, insecure, lost, not enough…
These experiences mold, shape, bend, and sometimes almost break us.
And then we hear those two words that help us see that we can survive, we can move forward, we can become something else, and we can become strong.
Perhaps the more important reminder is that we are not alone.
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Published by Carl Weber
Carl Weber, is the owner and founder of Carl Weber Consulting, a consulting group that helps businesses, non-profits, and individuals understand themselves, hire and manage well, and become great leaders. Carl worked in local government for more than ten years, as the Town Administrator of a few towns in NH. Once upon a time he was a search and rescue swimmer for the US Navy.
Carl holds Bachelors’ Degrees in Political Science & Community Development and a Master’s Degree in Public Policy. Carl is a Certified Professional Behavioral Analyst (CPBA) and Certified Professional Motivators Analyst (CPMA).
Carl regularly teaches on human factors and the relationship of behavior and leadership styles, as well as motivation, coaching, leadership challenges, and failing as a leader. His passion is to help leaders in their lifelong journey to finish well, to combat and work with their inner voice, and to live a meaningful story worth reading.
Carl lives in Southern New Hampshire with his wife Amanda and together they are raising a small tribe of four young (somewhat crazy) women with the goal of unleashing them on the world to change it for the better.
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4 thoughts on “Me Too”
Just wanted to say thanks for writing. You always get me thinking. Keep on doing it.
You are welcome.
It’s so hard to lose, to struggle, to be afraid. My words to myself have so often been: do it well for him, do it afraid, just do it. But to know others are there and have been there too and survived, makes it doable. Me too.
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