John Maxwell told me I’d “need the help of someone else to become aware of how to become better at reaching [my] capacity.”
Think about that for a bit. John Maxwell seems to suggest that by yourself you don’t know what your capacity really is.
I know when I’m serving people and I don’t think I can work another hour, I always seem to be able to work that extra hour and more.
I know when I’m racing an Ironman triathlon and toward the end when I’m hurting really bad other people cheer me on and give me the strength to finish.
I know what I’d do if one of my children or grandchildren were under some sort of threat, I’d give my life for them.
I guess John Maxwell was right. I do need other people to help me become aware of my capacity. Funny all these people aren’t coaches. They are people I’m serving.