Everyone has defining moments in their career and life where they must make a change. These transitions call for great inner courage and determination. But oftentimes that alone is not enough. Having strong advocates who are in your corner versus “covert adversaries,” can mean the difference between wild success and a mediocre outcome. The good news is you’re in control of all of this — and can decide who you let in the gate. Source: Shutterstock Maybe you’re engaged in a new job search, pending promotion or raise. Perhaps you’re taking a leap of faith into entrepreneurship, a new career or even a new relationship. Regardless of the shift, surrounding yourself with those who truly want to tip the scales in your favor is critical. Conversely, naysayers who subtly or not so subtly project their fears or jealousies can sap your energy away from the dreams you can otherwise see so vividly. Taking a Closer Look When you primarily rely on your own vision and tenacity — you are already poised for success. Inner strength is something you can continually work on, and build on. Your resilience can be unstoppable. But the danger of relying solely on this is the… Read full this story
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