Our Deepest Fear

Our Deepest Fear

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us.”  ~ Marianne Williamson ~

Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.

Most of the work I do with entrepreneurs and leaders is helping them step into their light, their power, their gift and their talents.

There’s this assumption that most of us are afraid of failure. But the evidence leads to the contrary. Most of us are more afraid of what awaits on the other side of our limiting beliefs.

Most of us are afraid of our own light.

What if you could give yourself permission to have the success you dream of? What if you could attract abundance and flow towards you so you wouldn’t have to go and hustle for it anymore?

What if you could do the work you love, live from your purpose and have a ‘why’ that you operate from every day?

What would be possible then?

Challenge Your Perspective

Challenge Your Perspective

Our perspective really can’t change unless we challenge it. And the easiest way to do that is by sharing it with others. And by having the courage to share our perspective with others, we risk what they will think, what they will say and what they will think of us. But with this risk, we also find out if our perspective needs to be challenged or not.

Sometimes our perspective is a bunch of illogical thoughts based on fear and the past. And this is when it needs to be challenged and reworked to a new perspective based on real evidence and the present. If our perspective is received with interest and engagement and you feel power and energy when you share it, then most likely it’s coming from a place of purpose and alignment and it doesn’t need to change.

So regardless what your perspective is, it’s always worth sharing and challenging to make sure you’re aligned with your values and living from a place based on the present and real evidence, not from fear and the past.