In every moment, you choose who you want to be and how you want to live your life. It’s your ultimate power, and your inescapable responsibility. You’re the master of your reality.
Molly Fletcher is a repeat entrepreneur, motivational speaker, former sports agent, and the founder of the Molly Fletcher Company. She is often described as the “female Jerry Maguire,” as she broke numerous gender barriers to become a top sports agent to superstar athletes. In her latest of four books, Fearless at Work, Molly uses her unique experiences to help us conquer fear with awareness, work and determination.
In this episode of Mastering Your Reality, we discussed:
- There are “Key Moments” in life that define our future possibilities.
- For sales people, we think the key moment is our pitch. But it’s often not. Are you curious enough to take in information and use it to create true key moments that later forge bonds?
- To be effective, we must be authentic.
- How can we be more present and aware when these key moments happen in our lives? Sometimes you feel it. Those are the ones you need to “lean into” with confidence.
- Curiosity is a critical factor. It is about being present, taking risks and generating energy.
- When we’re curious about what drives others, it engenders connection. The more you can learn about others, the more you can learn about yourself.
- Molly’s mother noticed a beautiful magnolia tree right outside Molly’s building, and she commented on it to Molly. Molly had been living there for months, but had never noticed the tree. The experience showed Molly how we need to be intentional about being aware and present.
- In the age of smart phones and social media, it is becoming even more important to make an effort to stop and be inspired.
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