Holding on to judgementsAugust 17, 2021
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The entrepreneurial journey can be hard!
You might feel like you aren’t getting there – wherever ‘there’ is.
You might feel like you aren’t enough.
You might have times with many different jobs, wondering if they’ll ever end.
You might have to ditch parts of your business as you evolve and refine.
You might have times with no work.
You might have times with too much work.
You might have times when you work with clients who are looking to be rescued.
You might have times with clients that don’t want to pay.
You might feel overwhelmed and exhausted by it all.
You might wonder what you are doing and where you are going.
You might think it’s too hard and that you aren’t meant to be doing it.
But I want to share a little reminder and invitation to look at your journey, with its complete range of experiences and demands, and know that it is all perfect. It is all happening as it is meant to. You will gain something from each experience, even if you don’t realise it at the time. Sometimes it could be a new skill, other times it may be a little bit more confidence or belief in yourself. It could be to see and learn how others do it. To meet and experience new people and make connections. To learn what works and what doesn’t work. Or perhaps to shed layers that you are holding onto, to support your own growth and expansion.
You are always exactly where you need to be. You have always been, and will continue to be, given exactly what you can handle at the time. It is all happening for you.
- How can you begin to look at your journey so far with the remembering and knowing that it has all happened for you? (And keep remembering to do this as you go onward?)
This blog post is an excerpt from my book, Embodied Business. You can get your own copy here or anywhere you buy your books online.
If you would like support with any ‘blocks’ coming up for you as well as getting grounded with your business, please book in a discovery call here and let’s feel into what it might be like to work together.
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