Sometimes it's so humbling to sit in amazement of what I do each day. I had a client tell me the other day "thanks for changing my life" and I paused because I don't think I did that at all.
"I don’t think I change anybody’s life. I think sometimes people decide to change their own life, and if I can be present for that, that’s a nice thing to do." - Seth Godin
It's not false humility.
All I do is tell the truth of what I see and ask the questions that are begging to be asked.
The client does the changing and the absorbing and the shifting.
That soft opening to who they are and allowing it to shine through - that's totally them.
Which is why as a coach I often have a hard time expressing what I do... I get thoughts of 'this is too easy' or 'I'm so good at this' or 'look at the impact I made today'. But that's all ego.
Because what happens in session is a meeting of souls.
We talk about business but truly, it's never really about that.
I give permission for people to be THEM.
It's not so hard when I open up the softness of who I am and speak the truth the Universe has been asked to deliver.
And as I write this I can feel the ego coming in... asking that I don't publish this, that it's too braggy, that it's too fluffy, that it's too big or too predictable, that it's too woo woo, that people won't understand or they'll judge it from wherever they are.
But let me be clear - PERMISSION TO BE YOU IS INVALUABLE.
Worlds open up when you open up to the possibility that nothing is wrong with you, you have nothing to fix, nothing to get over or around.
You already are exactly who you need to be and have exactly the tools to be that inside of you, secret trails of greatness written all over your history...
My job is to simply help you turn you attention to that.
It's in YOU, not me.
Can you trust yourself enough to step back into you?