Does this sound like you?
You are an achiever. When you’re at your best, you really can achieve great things in the world. Others have called you a “star”, and the evidence bears that out. People look up to you because of what you’ve accomplished–and all seemingly in gracious style. You love to motivate others to achieve more, because you know how good it feels to develop yourself.
Being “successful” and “the best you can be” is the only way you know how to be. You probably have felt this way as long as you can remember–graduating in the top percentages of your class, being a role model for others, and being known for distinguishing yourself in the ways that are important in your own sphere.
And yet, from the inside, you feel like you’re working really hard and you wonder if it’s worth it. Part of you just wants to get to relax and not have to live up to the expectations of others. You’ve gotten so alienated from what your real feelings and interests are, and you’ve lost that sense of value and worth for who you are.
Imagine for a minute what your life would be like if you no longer had to worry about living up to expectations, if you no longer had to hide that niggling doubt that you might be a failure, or that you should be doing more. What if it’s possible to achieve what you want, without giving up who you are at your core…
Does that sound almost too good to be true? As you start to notice these longings for deeply good things, take time also to awaken to the possibilities in your life. Click here to let me know you’re ready to hear about how to be true and kind to yourself, while being of great benefit to the world.