Leap of faith

Simon A Harling
Jun 13, 2024

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Image by Couleur from Pixabay

It’s a leap of faith because you are giving up something measurable for something immeasurable — that’s why it’s a leap of faith.

In a world full of experts, spreadsheets, and metrics, it’s hard to make a leap of faith. It’s much more likely to feel like a drop in status or a whim when in truth it’s because you have seen something worth the risk.

Like cycling to school with the kids when the car is quicker.

Or, using sports as a tool to teach group dynamics, leadership, and agency, not as a measure of success.

The things that really matter can’t be measured and that’s a leap of faith.

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Simon A Harling

Learning to live with others (coaching), living my best life (fitness), & sharing what I am working on (writing) https://linktr.ee/SimonHarling