“People who need help sometimes look a lot like people who don’t need help.”
—Glennon Doyle Melton, American author and activist
In my work as a coach, I’ve been most fortunate to work with many wonderful and highly successful people. On the outside, most of them present to the world an image of great achievement, self-sufficiency, and confidence.
Surprisingly, when allowed to dig below the surface many of them show their more vulnerable sides, revealing their need for assistance on various personal and professional levels.
Where and when do you sometimes present a “fake it to you make it” image to the world?
Where could you and others in your world need a helping hand that may not be readily apparent?
Who could you ask or offer this needed assistance?