Today I want to dive deep into a topic that's been on my mind a lot lately: Success.
It's something I've been experiencing personally, and it's about achieving most of what I've set out to do.
You see, we've talked about goals before – setting them, working towards them, and ultimately achieving them. It's a vital part of coaching and education, of understanding ourselves, and of aligning with our soul's purpose.
But what happens when you've checked off most of those goals? When you've manifested what you set out to achieve? That's where things get interesting. I work with people who are passionately driven to understand their own greatness, to unravel their unique wiring, and to lead lives filled with joy and abundance. And I've been blessed to learn alongside them.
My personal journey includes running a successful business for 23 years, navigating life's twists and turns, and realizing that true success is highly individual. It's not about comparing ourselves to others but understanding what success means on a personal level.
For instance, my version of success involves nurturing a garden and having time to explore my passions, but it might look entirely different for someone else.
Success can manifest in different ways – some shout it from the rooftops, while others quietly support those around them. It's essential to recognize that we're not here to boast but to share our experiences as a source of inspiration and individuality.
Here's the kicker: when you've accomplished most of your goals, you might encounter feelings of unworthiness. It's ironic, isn't it? Not feeling deserving after achieving so much. Yet, it's a common challenge. Feeling worthy is essential, whether you're working on manifesting a new reality or trying to make sense of your current one.
The truth is, our lives are ever-expanding canvases, and we're the artists. We have limitless potential, and it's okay to want more, to dream bigger, and to continually evolve. Whether it's a week-long retreat, volunteering, taking an art class, or embarking on horseback riding lessons, the possibilities are endless.
So, my friends, let's keep painting the masterpiece of our lives. Let's wonder, dream, and expand. And remember, you deserve all the joy, abundance, and success that comes your way. Embrace it and share it with the world – because our journeys are meant to be extraordinary.
With abundant joy and unwavering belief in your brilliance,