Have you even noticed?

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How many times a day do you feel like you have not said what you wanted to say for fear of looking stupid?

How many times a day do you feel disappointed with the outcome of something?

How many times a day do you feel a sense of overwhelm because of the things you have said yes to?

Have you even noticed?

Many years ago I was obsessed with making sure that everyone around me thought that I was a ‘nice’ person. I traded being ‘nice’ for authenticity. I felt that I had to re-run anything I was going to say in my head before I said it, and if it did not sound right in my head, I would not speak.

I also felt I had to say yes to anything I was asked to do because that is what a nice person does and I found myself overwhelmed, resentful and irritable and that came out in many negative ways for myself and the people around me.

I just lived like that. That was how my life was. I figured I was not starving, I had a roof over my head and I lived in a safe country, I should just suck it up.

Then I started doing ‘the work’. When I say ‘the work’ I mean the work that all of us do if we want to grow, if we want to understand ourselves, if we want to live to our full potential and be a fuller contribution to ourselves and others.

It was the work that has led me to do the work I do today, and I still do ‘the work’. It is the work that allows me to share the power of being who I truly am which is so much more exciting than being nice.

Flourish – Ignite Your Personal Power is a place for you to do ‘your work’. A day with other woman doing the work, who are exploring the same things you are, women who have been there, are there, and who care for each other while ‘working’ together and separately.

This event only happens once a year and I would hate for you to miss out if any of the above questions or my story mirror your daily experience.

For more information and to book your ticket click here.

PS: Flourish is a friend friendly event so bring a friend or two along and then you can do ‘the work’ together. I am text block. Click edit button to change this text.

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