Today I want to talk about that so often uttered phrase:
How many times have you said it?
And I know, I know–for the most part, it’s true. You are fine. You have a nice lifestyle, a nice place to live and people you love in your life.
But is fine enough? Is that all you are shooting for in your life? To be fine?
This is one of the things we talked about yesterday at my workshop. An amazing group of women came out, despite it being a very busy week and lousy weather to boot. There was laughter, there was bonding—but mostly there was a feeling of possibility.
When women are first exposed to the lessons I share, they feel a shift. They realize that they are hearing something new.
This is not just deep breathing and being mindful. It is information that they have not come across before. It is ways of being and thinking that they didn’t know were available to them.
The things that I teach are not taught in school. It is not information that you are going to find on CNN, your newsfeed or from watching television.
This work goes deep. It is real. And yes, I know that scares some people away.
But you need to hear this–if you are not willing to go deep and look at the real stuff in your life, nothing will ever change.
What is underneath that “I’m fine?” What are you glossing over? What part of your life are you avoiding like the plague (with wine, food, shopping, busyness, web surfing or another episode of Housewives)?
I personally think “fine” is the enemy of “great”.
I was fine for a long time. Things were ok. I managed–barely. But underneath I was struggling as a mom, as a wife and as a woman. I didn’t know who I was, so I felt uncomfortable almost everywhere I went.
It wasn’t fun. It didn’t feel good. But I still thought I was fine.
But once I started doing this work?
My whole world changed.
I started to identify who I really was, what I wanted and what I stood for. I stopped being uncomfortable and was able to be my authentic self–all the time.
No more pretending, no more faking, no more making myself smaller or bigger depending on the circumstance. Just me. Everywhere.
It was (and is) unbelievably freeing.
And you can have it too.
Yesterday almost every woman who attended the workshop made the decision to go further with this work. They felt the possibility of “great” and they took a step for themselves to get there.
I couldn’t be happier to have the honor of guiding and supporting them on their journey.
Do you feel the pull? Would you like to join us?
I have two in person group classes presently filling up –one daytime/one evening. And a third virtual class in the works as well–finally something for my out of town readers!! ((Shout out to my out of town readers!!! ))
Are you ready to stop being simply “fine?” Are you ready to start being “great!?!”
Because I will tell you–once you get to great, you will wonder how you ever settled for fine.
Classes are filling up fast. You may not have been able to make the workshop, but here is another chance to do something important for yourself.
Here is an opportunity for you to learn some things about living that you haven’t heard before. To put some things into practice that can change everything for you. Seriously–I do not say that lightly.
Are you intrigued? Do you read these posts and think that there is something in this work for you?
Are you ready to stop allowing “fine” to be enough?
Click here and set up a short phone call with me. I will answer all your questions and we can decide together if this class is a good fit for you.
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I would be remiss if I didn’t acknowledge and pay tribute to this day in our history. 9/11 and The World Trade Center hold a very fragile place in my heart. Someday I will share my story, but for today I offer up peace and love to all of us, the survivors of a fateful day that changed the world as we knew it. And to those who lost their lives—you will never, ever be forgotten.
In order to change your life, you must first change your mind