You can acknowledge something about yourself (that you don’t necessarily like or wish to continue) as true. You don’t have to accept it as a part of you forever. Yet, change cannot come without acknowledging what is.
The energy of my todo list completely shifted! I had a list of items that were helping me achieve my bigger goals! This was not a list of small items that were what I had to get done to make room to do the work of building my brand —this IS the work of building my brand.
I couldn’t be happier to roll up my sleeves this week!
Recently I’ve been meeting a lot of new people. And so I’ve been introducing the idea of this scale —because, let’s face it, five minutes in and you’re gonna know I’m a bit Woo. And I’ve been pleasantly surprised at how people open up that side of themselves when I give them “permission to go there” by offering it up.
I like the feeling of offering the invitation for others to join me in all things Woo. That’s my jam.
Taking up space is more than just a physical thing. It’s more than an open posture, though it is that too. This idea is more along the lines of taking your time. It’s ok to speak slowly. Take your time. Ask questions. Open up, nestle in. It’s ok.
You are worthy to be here. You are enough in every moment. The more you know this the less you have to prove it.