When You Are Uncertain

The opposite of uncertainty isn’t certainty, it’s self trust.


😨 We lose certainty in the face of doubt. At our worst we misconstrue doubt as danger and anxiety robs us of peace, our genius and executive presence. Then we lose the trust of our colleagues and the people closest to us. Mostly, we lose belief in ourselves.


πŸ˜– In this space everything seems to crumble.


😳 You’ll never win the battle to control your future.


πŸ˜” Never. Don’t tire yourself on this treadmill to nowhere.


πŸ’‘Tell yourself, “I don’t know what will happen. I don’t know what the future holds.


πŸ’‘ “What I do know is that I trust I’ll be able to handle whatever happens. I trust I’ll have my best interests at heart.


🧐πŸ’ͺ”I trust I can be gentle with myself and strong against thoughts that don’t serve me. I trust being my best is enough.


πŸ‘Œ”I trust myself, so I know I’ll be ok.”


If this resonates with you and you feel unnoticed and undervalued at work, here is a link to my Be Seen - Be Heard - Be Paid Checklist. It will help you see what others see when they look at you. >>> 

A little about me: I am a 19-year CEO, leading organizations worth up to $33 million. I am an International Coach Federation Certified Coach (ACC), Duquesne University Certified Professional Coach (PCC), Certified Association Executive (CAE), alumnus of the UCLA Mindful Awareness Practices Program and the Harvard Medical School and McLean Hospital Coaching in Medicine & Leadership Conference, scholarship recipient to the Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute at Georgetown University’s Institute for Transformational Leadership – created at Google and author of two books. Awards include the Honorary Woman of Courage Award by Pennsylvania Women Work, the Lifetime Achievement Award by Pittsburgh Society of Association Executives and the Women of Integrity Award by Pittsburgh Professional Women.

Your coach,

Mary Lee 

P.S. Feel free to send this link to someone who could benefit from it. We are all walking down the same road in life looking for a hand to hold. Sometimes we must be the hand that reaches out.


Mary Lee Gannon, ACC, CAE is an executive coach and 19-year corporate CEO who helps leaders have more effective careers, happier lives and better relationships. 


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