Jul 22, 2021
A little over 4 years ago I felt like I was drowning.
I was uncomfortable, and not fulfilled.
My self worth was based on what others thought of me, and how I wanted to be perceived.
"As long as the outside is packaged nicely, little needs to be done on the inside." This was the subconscious lie I was telling myself, because I didn't want to do the work, or more so didn't know how to...
This mindset pinwheeled into viewing what others did, accomplished, and posted, and setting up unrealistic guidelines for my life...
You must be married by 35
You must be a certain weight
You must work a certain job
You must say certain things, around certain people
You must create work like
And then God did something that changed the course of my life forever…
Broke me down, to the lowest point I had ever been.
I had two choices: fade away into misery, or open myself up to messages, and do the work.
I am grateful every freaking day that I chose the latter!
And as a result, I am experiencing shifts in my life I never thought possible.
Is it easy? No! Is it messy? Of course. But, is it worth it? Absolutely!
Why do I bring this up you may ask?
Because I see too many amazing, gifted, people doing things from a place of "YOU MUST", I see emptiness being carried around.
God whispered on your soul for a reason.
And, in episode #146 of the Dance Boss Podcast I share my story like I never have before. I dive into my “people pleasing” and destructive behaviors and some of the many mindset shifts I had to make to build my online dance business.
Tell me friend what "you must" are you letting go of to create space for your greatness to shine through?
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