If you've heard my story, you know that I spent 24 years in an emotionally abusive marriage. My fairytale marriage turned into a nightmare. Now I am taking steps toward a brighter future with renewed energy, strength, and focus. I spent years in my marriage accommodating everyone else’s needs over my own. You may as well have called me the go "fetch it girl" because if anyone had a need, small or large, I dropped everything to go and get it. Now that my freedom papers have been signed, sealed, and delivered by the family district court judge, I’m ready to go [...]
Fear stops all of us, but once we face our fear we can release its hold on us. In my private coaching programs, I teach clients how to shift their fears so they can confidently move forward on their dreams. It's the most inspiring part of the work I do. This month, I am celebrating 17 years in business for myself, and I have had to move through many fears to make it this long. So, I can certainly help you overcome your biggest fears too.
There are things you can do to position yourself for success in life or to block your way. So, if you want to put yourself in the right position for greater things, you'll need to speak and create a vision that moves you forward. This final installment of a three-part series shares one way to get out of your own way.
What is your tolerance for uncertainty? Do you try to avoid it or embrace it? And, who encourages you to evolve into a new and improved version of yourself? How you answer these questions indicate whether you are correctly positioned for greater possibilities in life.
The work you dream of doing, the goals you are working towards, or the thing you long for most of all in life is within your reach. The question is are you correctly positioned to receive it? Over the next few weeks, I will share one thing you can do today to put yourself in position to receive what you want in life and to live your purpose.
We all need a little encouragement every now and then. To encourage a sister means to fill her with courage, to raise her confidence, to give her hope. We could all use a little of that, right?