Yikes, I’ve heard those words a lot, even in late night conversations. Having gone through a big life transition with the loss of my Mom and Dad, change seems to be top of mind. It’s part of the year of choosing me.
I know I’ve been looking at things once, twice, three and four times (even more!) deciding do I want it in my life? Do I want it in my business? What honors me? What feels good? Discovering what people, things, and actions are aligned with what I’m creating?
In some ways, it reminds me of when I worked in the corporate world and my company had an office in the Design Center in Boston. This was a very cool building to work in, filled with beautiful showrooms and rising-star companies. A fun fact: this building was so long that the rumor was that if you stood the building on its side, it would be the tallest building in the United States. I don’t know if that’s a fact, but it’s interesting to ponder.
Anyways, when I worked with clients (mid-sized and large corporations) who were moving, growing or expanding, they often knew that a change was necessary, but they didn’t always know how that final version would look. I would take them on tours into the various showrooms so they could see things and create impressions and desires.
Currently, it reminds me of the Laws of Attraction. Some styles were so attractive to my clients that it was hard to pull them away, while others brought on intense feelings of dislike, prompting a quick departure. This process of finding likes/dislikes was how we often started the process of helping them to discover what their future would look like.
Aligned or Fear-Based?
For me, now, as I break through to this next level, there is a lot of bringing things into my life that create feelings of joy and happiness while pushing out things that stress me or that I dislike. Sometimes, it’s easier than expected and other times much more difficult as I discern what is truly (not) aligned and what might be fear-based.
But at the end of each day, I can honestly say I enjoy the process. I don’t know precisely how this ever-changing journey and next chapter will play out, but I am focused on doing my best to enjoy it.
Things are always working out for me.
I’m a powerful woman and I have a say in how this goes.
Those are some of the mantras that I use as I choose me. You’re welcome to use them too!
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