The missing element to gaining clarity

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untitled-design-8The missing element to gaining clarity – that keeps you stuck.

One of the biggest benefits my clients tell me they gain from working with me is clarity.

They come to me overwhelmed and feeling stuck like they can’t move forward but very quickly, a transformation happens – the haze clears, and they gain laser focus.

When you have clarity – you can make good decisions, feel confident that your actions have the right impact and everything just flows. Who wouldn’t want that?

There are a few steps to moving to this place of clarity, and you’ll see them in the resource I created for you ‘The 20 Minute Clarity Formula’

but there is something that you’ll also need…

Permission.

QUESTION – does this make you cross?  Push your buttons? Make you want to scream at me “NO, that is NOT what I need!”.

I totally get it and I am screaming the same thing.  My clients all scream – well…. Hopefully not scream, but there is resistance !! – that they don’t need permission. But guess what, we are freakin’ HUMAN, and we – the women that have taken on the task of working for ourselves – need, want, crave and look for permission to live our lives to the fullest!

In theory gaining clarity is a simple 2 step process.

1. Decide what you want

2. Do the work to get there.

But the reality is always a little different. It goes more like this.

1. Decide what you want to do.

2. But worry about what you ‘should be doing’ instead.

3. Spend lot’s of time thinking about what other people expect from you.

4. Consider all the angles and ways you’ll be letting people down

5. Get anxious about doing something that you don’t think is ‘right’

6. Next few days think about whether you’re really ‘ready’ … or you’re ‘qualified’

7. Stay up late wondering … if people will think you’re too big for your boots

8. Time to stress about ‘what if it doesn’t work?’

9. Wait patiently for someone to tap you on the shoulder and say ‘Go get it’ – ‘Go get what you want’

And somewhere along these steps my clients engage me – and I short circuit the whole process by getting you to give yourself PERMISSION to ‘Go do what you want’.

Why the bloody hell am I telling you all this?  This doesn’t feel positive and upbeat.  This doesn’t read like you are walking into Disneyland and twirling around in your 1000 petticoats while the band plays – (ah um…. I digress!!) – I am telling you this because I don’t believe that it is a bad thing.

When a new client starts with me, we work out in the first session what they REALLY WANT to do, not what they think they have to do, or should do. This is a really hard thing to nail down.  It takes trust, time and patience, and my well-honed-voodoo (I have been called worse!!)  intuition, to HEAR what you really want below the layers of what you should do, have been told to do, think you have to do….

And in that session, when that light bulb switches on in your mind and the fog clears from your eyes and the smile radiates across your face, that is the moment that you have given yourself permission to do what you WANT to do – do you hear me??  What YOU WANT to do.

This is all that I wish for you.

To have the ability, the knowledge, the clarity and the direction to give YOURSELF permission to be the WHOLE of you, and do whatever it is that floats-ya-boat, tickles-ya-fancy and scratches-ya-itch.  Go be all the things that you want to be and then come and tell us (in your community) with certainty, passion and motivation, what you are doing.

We want to hear from you.

You have the permission to be

whatever you want to be!

Now that you have permission – Download the 20 Minute Clarity Formula – And move forward to your potential.

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