Let’s get right into it.
Thank you for reading this week!
I was insecure, self-conscious, and lacked confidence for most of my life (I sometimes still feel this).
I went to a really small elementary school with only 40 kids. When I transferred to a larger school, I was challenged. I was the new kid on the block. I found it hard to fit in. My insecurities made me feel like an easy target.
Over time, I started to have self-limiting beliefs about all of this, which still show up in my life today. However, instead of resenting who I used to be or what I went through, I approach it with more grace than I might have in the past. Now, I make the intention to forgive myself for who I used to be and what I went through and honor those things for how they served me.
My invitation to you is to forgive instead of resent who you used to be or what you went through. When this is your intention, you empower yourself to become the new, highest version of yourself instead of letting your past define you.
Do less, be more.
The stages of change:
- “I don’t want to be this person anymore.”
- “But I don’t want to let go.”
- “Fine, I’ll do it.”
- “Wow, I feel so much better!”
Change is letting go of who you used to be so you can step into a more authentic version of yourself.
Allow yourself to be proud of the gifts you were given.