The Focus 3 Blog

Everything gets revealed by time

Brian Kight - 5/9/18 5:30 AM

Everything gets revealed by time, including who you truly are and what you are truly about. Who you are at your core, deep inside, is eventually and always revealed to people. It is impossible to contain or prevent.

You can posture, pretend, attack, fake, hide, lie, and say all the right things. But you can’t stop what lives inside you from being found out. Maybe not today, maybe not this year, but everything gets revealed in time. What is in your heart makes itself known. It can be no other way.

  • Embrace what you want in your heart. Cut out what you don’t. Do both of these things with intense confidence.
  • Be completely honest with yourself above all. Hiding from yourself has zero benefit. It only increases your difficulty and initiates your downfall.
  • Choose to be the best version of you, not a version of you that fits the expectations of others.
  • Do not judge yourself for what you choose and do not absorb anyone else’s judgment. If it is right for you, stand firm. If it is wrong for you, make a change.

Do the work.

Topics: Daily Discipline

Brian Kight

Brian Kight

Brian Kight is a multi-industry leader on the topics of leadership, culture, and behavior. He provides simple systems that produce exceptional results for organizations, teams, and people.

Previous Post

What is conceptual is useful, if it gets you into something functional

Next Post

Rules need to apply to those who make them

Virtual Training

Focus 3 Virtual Training

All of our simple systems on a convienient and affordable Virtual Training Platform. Signup today!

Learn More Now


Signup Today!

Subscribe to
The Focus 3 Blog!

When you subscribe to the Focus 3 Blog, you get the latest word in Leadership, Culture, and Behavior straight to your inbox!

Subscribe to Email Updates

100% Privacy. No Spam.

Recent Posts

Do The Work: Daily Discipline from BK!

Request to join—Do The Work: Daily Discipline from BK, an email series putting brief, simple messages from BK's personal notes on discipline, focus and skill directly in your inbox.

  • A great reminder for your goals in 2018
  • Guiding the conversation on doing the work with discipline
  • The consistent voice you can trust
Request To Join