Acceptance is the ability to allow the what is to be as it is without needing to change it. Resignation is giving in to what is or giving up on trying to fix what is. It's the helplessness and victimization we feel when we feel stuck or trapped in our realities.
n this episode, I talk about how a little bit of insecurity came to the surface over the weekend and how I dealt with it by releasing the emotion, accepting the part of me that felt insecure, and releasing the whole thing without beating myself up.
Today's episode is all about my need to question whether I'm doing it right when I make things "for money". What if I just follow my intuition the same with the work I plan to charge for as the work that I don't charge for? What would happen then? Listen in and learn all about my adventures in doing it right!
The emotion distracts you from moving forward. It keeps you in the loop and makes you think you can't do what you want to do. What if that isn't true? What if the emotion is just part of the lie you're telling yourself that says you can't move forward?
erceptions of us. The truth is those perceptions are always filtered through a level of pain. When people tell you what you should or shouldn't be doing, it's because they feel some level of pain or they are triggered by your actions or words.
In this episode, I talk about how I had stopped myself once again because I was afraid of what other people would think. The last few weeks have been pretty quiet as I backed off, stopped writing, and really only kept up the podcast. I didn't really know what was up until it hit me in the middle of the night last night. But now that I get it, I can come and talk about it and move on from it. Join me today as I talk myself through this powerlessness thing and what happens next!
Showing up when you're in business for yourself can be hard, especially at first when you don't have an audience and you feel like you're talking to yourself. It's important to remember that people are watching you even if they aren't interacting with you. You have an audience you may not be aware of.
This podcast episode is coming out a little later than usual because I'm in a funk and I didn't have anything to talk about. But guess what? I just rambled for almost 30 minutes anyway about what was happening.
In this episode, I share the back story behind my shutting down of my own emotions and how that's shown up in my life, and what that means for me now, as I move forward in my own journey. It's a fascinating, emotional tale of my childhood and the souvenirs I picked up from my experiences back then.
Shame and regret keep us stuck in the past beating ourselves up for the choices we made and the things that happened. They mean we are still arguing with our past. The trick is that we have to let ourselves off the hook and stop worrying about what other people are thinking.