Isn’t It Time to Understand Comparison
On last week’s show we talked about releasing the need for validation.
On this week’s Facebook live we talked about why we get caught up in comparing ourselves to others rather than growing through it.
Social media and mainstream media has a way of causing us to feel disempowered by causing us to get caught up in comparing ourselves to others.
Are we good enough? Thin enough? Worthy enough? Happy enough? Successful enough?
But life has this way of always trying to tell us something… the problem is we often miss the subtle messages.
There much we can learn about ourselves simply by understanding what the habit of comparing ourselves to others is really trying to show us!
On the show I shared
• The difference between empowering and disempowering comparison
• Why disempowering comparison robs us of our creativity – the number one asset you need to create a successful business in today’s world
• How the message of comparison is often the gift you haven’t opened yet! so you can be free to be your extraordinary self.
And of course there is a tapping at the end to help you release the need to compare yourself to others in a disempowering way.
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What does it really take to be authentically nice!
In the past, women wanting to be successful, often felt they had to be tough, power suited up and not show an ounce of vulnerability… or niceness …to achieve what they wanted.
But as we step into our courageous authentic self, by aligning our soul and life purpose, it gives us the power to be our most powerful and successful selves… without the need to compromise the essence of who we really are.
What does being courageously authentic mean? And how does that apply to living your purpose?
Being our true authentic self requires courage and compassion – especially when aligning and expressing our purpose in life.
This week I share how to uncover your purpose in life through understanding the struggles that keep repeating . And it all comes down to asking just one question. Life has a funny way of showing us our purpose, and often it's hidden in the struggle you are going...