I signed my daughter up for typing training.  Apparently this is the worst thing that could ever happen to her.

Yet, I see this so often when people are at the edge of their next level of personal or professional development, too.

It’s a resistance to the things that will help you leap to the next level of your growth.  

You question why you need to do something when you’ve been managing things on your own so far.  Or you settle for knowing enough or the way things are.  Or you wait until the perfect time in the future…

But what got you here won’t get you to where you want to go.

There comes a point when your knowledge, skills, and abilities will only get you so far.

It’s at that point that you then need to be willing to step out of your comfort zone.  
To do the thing you’re reluctant or even fearful to do so you can become more than you are in this moment.

It requires you to change your behavior and your expectations for yourself.  
To change how you’re showing up for yourself so you can show up differently in the world.

When you do, you’ll begin to open the door to amazing opportunities that were closed to you before.  

You’ll experience greater joy and happiness, increase your health and abundance, and discover a certainty in yourself and who you can become.

That is my wish for you.  

Take the leap and say yes to the thing you’ve been avoiding.
Your best is yet to come.

Sending lots of love,
Krysti


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