I Hit a Wall!

Deepest fear


A few years ago I was introduced to a term “tolerations” referring to things that you are not fully happy or pleased with, but that you tolerate from either yourself or others.

It could be as simple as a messy desk or as complex as tolerating work that does not suit you. This is one way we tend to put ourselves second and prevent our own success and happiness.

Yesterday, I hit a wall – I literally couldn’t continue to work the same way. Fortunately, it’s the not type of work I do, as I do love my speaking, consulting and coaching work! And even more, recognizing the results I get. I feel complete and full when a client shares the impact of my work and that people are experiencing positivity in their workplace that enables them to be happy and productive team members.

No, it’s realizing that I have a tendency to play small in my work. I second guess myself on a regular basis, I don’t own that I would be the best coach or speaker for your company. And the problem is, by playing small, I don’t have as much impact on the world as I want to. In my humbleness, I likely cause potential clients to doubt my abilities. I see others who readily accept and even brag about their accomplishments – and good for them! They are living fully in their truth and I intend to do more of that now.

As Marianne Williamson said,
“Who do you play small to in your world?”

Do you fail to step up to an opportunity because you don’t think you have what it takes?
Perhaps you are afraid of failing?
You don’t like the spotlight?
Or a multitude of other reasons.

Today, I invite you to join me in my decision to fully accept and share my abilities to have that impact that we can have to make this world a better place. I would love it if you would share with me what you will do differently so that you can step fully into your brilliance.Say yes to you and goodbye to those tolerations you have allowed about the way you work! Let’s step into our greatness together!

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