First, let me appreciate your candid and open share, Dre.
I can’t tell you how good it feels to me to be around a genuine soul like you that openly tells the truth – no fake niceness or quiet money references – you share boldly in all it’s glory.
Thank you, thank you, thank you.
My why gained more clarity and aggressive action when I woke up one morning.
The first thought I had was “FUCK! Not again!!!” And I pulled the covers over my head.
I had no idea how long I’d been waking up to that thought, but I knew it’d been too long. I decided it was the last day I’d wake up hating my life and being ashamed of myself.
My big why was spawned from a personal ultimatum: to live on my terms or pull the plug.
I chose to live on my terms: no fake niceness (the customer service face/voice, I call it), no more guilt, shame, or regrets. My no’s and yes’s were boldly expressed and equally important.
The hate I got for this big shift? I brushed them off my shoulders like the dandruff they are. Yuck and not worth my energy carrying them around.
This personal revolution has become one of my biggest drivers/why’s in the coaching that I focus on. I’m here to help others create a life that they love waking up to.
I’m their wake up call.
It’s why I support my clients in embracing what they ACTUALLY, truthfully want in life – their version of “having it all” – no shame, no guilt, no regrets. Happy money, more time, and peace of mind.
Beyond that, my why’s are pretty simple: to have mornings all to myself for coffee, puppy time, and whatever way I want to spend them. I love mornings now, because I made them mine, they work for me now. BEING present, literally and figuratively, for my 16 year old baby girl – that’s been priceless.
Another why: to be the Road Trip Dominatrix, whipping that asphalt with my GT! =D
Sending you all cheers and good vibes. Know that the vulnerability in your shares are held in appreciation.