What First Steps Are You Taking?

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That first step is often the hardest… the scariest to take. Once you take that first step, incredible things begin to happen.

I wrote more about this topic and shared my story with @AlaskaTracy and her blog, last week. Click on the link below to read my full post:

Take That First Step-Chantal Bechervaise

I would love to hear what first steps you are taking.

Please leave a comment below.

2 comments

  1. Steve Borek – Baldwinsville, NY – Since we're all going to die, what do you want to do with the time between now and when that day comes? I'm an Executive and Leadership Coach who works with clients worldwide. My firm is End Game Business. Work with me. The people you lead will be raving fans. Your customers will say they'd be out of their minds to do business with anyone but you. My professional coaching certifications are PCC, BCC, and CUCG. I've coached over 275 people, over 2K hours, in a half dozen countries. What's your end game?
    Steve Borek says:

    As a kid, my first love was the ocean. As a young boy, I dreamed of being an Oceanographer. While I didn’t pursue that profession, I’ve always wanted to scuba dive.

    Last week, I signed up for open water diving certification. Rigorous process of classroom training, written tests, and performance tests in the water.

    Last Saturday we made several dives the deepest being 20 feet. It was unique, exhilarating, and scary at the same time.

    After all these years, I finally took the first step.

    • Chantal Bechervaise – Outaouais Region - Canada – I blog about everything surrounding the world of work and how it intersects with personal life. Topics include: HR, Leadership, Social Media, Technology, Work-Life Balance, Employee Engagement, Workplace Culture and Achieving Success and Happiness. It is all about your own personal balance and what is appropriate for you. I also love the outdoors and reconnecting with nature.
      Chantal Bechervaise says:

      That’s great Steve! It’s never too late to take a first step. 🙂

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