Sep. 17, 2020 – People rarely, if ever, get sober alone. In sobriety and in business, being part of a group allows you to benefit from the experience, strength and the hope of those around you.
2. What other people think of you is none of your business
As a young advisor, I focused on what I should do and was consumed with what others might think of me. Older people made suggestions about where I should live, how I should dress and where I should go to be seen.
I took their advice but ended up feeling incredibly inauthentic and unhappy.
As I continued in my sobriety, letting go of what others might think reinforced the importance of my job as a planner — to help clients discern and live their dreams rather than living out some idea influenced by what their parents did or what their friends planned to do.