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What I Learned About Myself and Why You Should Care

What I learned about myself and why you should care

 Here are a few other articles you may like about self-love, self-confidence, and boundaries: Self-Love and Trust Go Hand In Hand  365 Life Shifts: What Cancer Taught Me About Love  What I Learned About Myself and Why You Should Care  7 Proven Ways To Conquer Overwhelm Through Healthy Boundaries  3 Tips for Rebuilding Your Self Confidence  5 Best Caregiver Tips For Getting Family To Help     Next Steps: I invite you to get your free guide below to go from stressed out and overwhelmed to calm and centered… because you DESERVE to FEEL EMPOWERED! Click here for your free “Never Be Overwhelmed Again” guide: >> http://bit.ly/byeoverwhelm
Have you ever experienced something so profound that it breaks you open and changes you forever?
I consider myself to be a pretty well-adjusted woman. I mean, I’m a coach and help clients heal from things known and unknown and create a success plan to move forward in life with true passion, grace, and ease. I’m a life strategist and use a lot of tools to create client successes. Being a coach doesn’t mean I’m perfect. In fact, I’m far from it! What it DOES mean is I do the work and push myself to be a better person so I can be an even better mom, sister, friend, leader, speaker, writer, and coach.

Here’s what I learned about myself:

 

1. I am perfect with all my imperfections. 

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I’m taking a 3-month class at my church and one of our exercises was to write down the vision we have for our lives. In the process of writing fast and furiously, we were asked to write down the things that are slowing us down or standing in the way of us achieving our life vision. One of the things on my vision list was to find my divine male complement in physical form…my twin flame, soulmate…whatever you want to call it. Then, I went on to write down that when I release the rest of the excess weight, I’ll be ready for this relationship. The next thing I know, my pen scratched that sentence out and kept on and kept on. It was like something came over me. At that moment, I knew, felt and believed that I’m the same person I was 75 pounds ago (weight that I released last year) and will be the same person when I reach my ideal weight. I felt love…self-love. I suddenly knew that I deserved to be in a relationship whether that is tomorrow, next month, or next year. It doesn’t mean I don’t stop wanting to gain complete restored health and fitness. It means I accept myself exactly as I am and I open myself up for infinite abundance in all life areas.

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2. I let go of caring what others think of me. 

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I’ve always considered myself a more reserved person; especially in public. I did something that stretched myself a few weeks ago. Keep in mind my singing voice leaves a lot to be desired – lol. I recorded a video of me singing…not just once but twice! Yes, I recorded 2 videos of me singing. Check out the first video I shared in my private facebook group. I got such supportive feedback and wanted to share it with you. Here’s the second video.  #ROAR  I recently wrote a detailed article about the biggest reasons we don’t set boundaries. Check out the article here if there is even an inkling that you care what other people think.

Here’s why you should care

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1. Realize that YOU are absolutely perfect with all your imperfections. Period. If there is ANYTHING in your life that you are ‘waiting’ for before you say or do x,y,z. What are you waiting for? Seriously. Think about it. It’s like that good bottle of wine that you hold onto for the ‘perfect’ day. Why not today? If not now, when? All we have is today. One day, today is all we’ll have. Enjoy your life, accept what is and know that you.are.perfect.exactly.as.you.are.

 

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2. BE your own best friend. All the answers are within you. Be WHO you know you truly are. Someone else’s opinion of you is NONE of your business. Follow your passions and do what’s right for you. If you want to get crazy and dance in your living room with the music blasting, DO IT. If someone doesn’t like you, they can stop looking at you, following you or whatever else.

Here’s to being imperfectly perfect!

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