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.

About the Author Michael Lantz (Big Papa)

The Wellness Warrior™; Health & Leadership/Business Coach, Speaker, Blogger, Author, Ironman Triathlete Helping others live with more health and joy, paying for their dreams and make a difference in the world! Learn more: