The start of a new project often brings the pangs of fear, and the question in front of you may be why did you agree to do this now? The answer is of course that when you embarked on this new project it seemed like a good idea at the time.
That was then and this is now. With a fast approaching deadline sand limited resources the foundation for the project which seemed so solid just a few weeks ago appears to be on shaky ground. It may have you questioning whether you want to go through with it or simply back out now and save face.
Encompassing being vulnerable may be beneficial. It often provides an opportunity for you to utilize resources that you now possess in spades which may have been missing before. For example you are likely to have a better intellectual grasp of situations than in the past. It is also quite likely that you are more assertive, have greater resilience and self-esteem than you had previously.
It may be time to embrace the vulnerability being experienced and work with it. It will certainly add to overall sense of personal power. At the very least you may find accomplishment of your goals much easier.
Business Transition Specialist, Marie-Helene Sakowski at firstname.lastname@example.org