Sometimes it’s obvious…
We notice when our friends and associates are holding back from committing to something—or maybe someone—which in itself is preventing them achieving the results they want.
We might encourage them to “go for it” or to “have the courage of their convictions.”
That’s after we’ve seen they’re holding back; or after we’ve felt their hesitancy.
I think you’ll agree you notice this in others.
But here’s the thing…
Do you see it in yourself (when it’s there to see, or feel)?
What (or who) are you hesitating about?
Caution, of course, is appropriate, but sometimes we overdo it.
What can you learn about your own hesitancy from how you notice it in other people? What are the signals you pick from them, and perhaps could notice in yourself?