Every Friday is Wisdom Friday. It’s just a way for me to share with my readers the little gems of life that I’ve learned either during the week or living life in general.
I saw a quote I really liked that I want to share with the rest of the you: “The absence of fear is not courage. The absence of fear is some kind of brain damage.” — M. Scott Peck
Not only did the quote surfaced a brief chuckle in me, it also speaks to me personally.
I like to surround myself with people who are more capable, more intelligent, and harder working than me. As a result, I am often inspired by what seems like their fearless approach to tackling their world. However, what may appear “fearless” to me is never quite the whole story. Truth is, every leader experiences fear in the many things they do; they just choose to conquer their fear on a regular basis. I need to remember that — the next time I am forced to face my fears, I should confront it because having fear is a very normal part of life for somebody with a healthy brain!