When a woman feels worthy of the time and attention of another, she begins to allow herself to to believe in her own worthiness and value. It gives her permission to change the story that’s kept her stuck and unfulfilled.
When she believes in herself, she’ll pursue her dreams whole-heartedly and change the world in her own unique way.
I want this for you, and for you to be the woman you want to be in all parts of your life (not just some). I believe in who you are and what you are here to bring into the world.
You deserve to clear the unwanted thoughts and beliefs that are holding you back.
Let’s rewrite those ideas about who you are and what’s possible for you so you can really understand who you really are and what you really want to achieve.
Let’s reconnect to your own inner voice so you can trust yourself again and live a life that has more meaning and value. Let’s improve your joy and happiness, help you to feel healthier and more peaceful, and discover the courage and confidence to pursue your dreams.
It starts with the courage to believe there’s meaning to your life, to the pull you feel within you, to those dreams and ideas you hold deep within your heart.
But first you have to take off the old, threadbare layers of self-protection you’ve worn for so long. You’ll need to peel off your layers of self-doubt and unworthiness. You’ll need to shed your thoughts of not being good enough, or smart enough, or valuable enough. You’ll need to let go of the self-imposed limitations that prevent your success.
It’s like that beautiful piece of clothing that you keep tucked in the back of your closet, waiting for the perfect opportunity to wear. Every so often you hear it call to you, but you tell yourself today is not the day for it. Yet whenever you are ready it’ll be there.
But like anything new, at first it may feel uncomfortable. It may rub against forgotten places. It may tempt you to rip it off and put on those old ratty ways of comfort again.
You’ll need to adjust it so it fits just right. Courage will cause you to carry yourself differently, but it’s like that beloved sweater you turn to when you want to feel warm and content. The more you wear it, the more it feels a part of you.
You see, my friend, your courage is in your closet. You simply need to throw away those old, outdated ideas of yourself and step into something that gives you more grace and beauty. Something that reflects the amazing woman you are inside and out, and then let yourself sparkle and shine so you can do what you feel called to do.
P.S. The new Miss Universe 2019 was crowned yesterday and she had this to say: “I think the most important thing we should be teaching young girls today is leadership. It’s something that has been lacking in young girls and women for a very long time, not because we don’t want to but because of what society has labelled women to be. I think we are the most powerful beings in the world and that we should be given every opportunity and that is what we should be teaching these young girls, to take up space, nothing is as important as taking up space in society and cementing yourself, thank you.” This message is so important for young girls and women who are learning this for the first time. So, I’m encouraging you to take up more space, ladies, and step into your own brilliance.
P.S.S. You don’t have to do it alone. If you need someone to help you discover your courage and believe whole-heartedly in you, I’m here for you. Book your 30 min Discovery Call here and let’s talk about what it’ll take to get you past your resistance and embrace who you’re meant to be.
If you’re the breadwinner for your family, there’s constant pressure to perform and not rock the boat so you can ensure your family’s survival and livelihood.
Maybe you’ve felt a building sense of resentment and sadness as the weight of the world falls on your shoulders?
There’s so much more you want out of life – more joy and happiness, purpose and fulfillment – but you haven’t found a way how to make it happen yet.
How do you find the time yourself or discovering your passions with all of the other obligations and responsibilities that land in your lap?
Does it sometimes feel as if you’re not always able to meet your family’s or your own expectations?
I’m guessing you’re hard on yourself because something is always falling through the cracks, and either you or your family gets the short end of the stick when it comes to work.
It doesn’t have to go on like this.
Let’s get you some support so you can rewrite the story. Let’s talk about what it will take to help you find balance and boundaries so you can claim your life back.