When making healthy lifestyle changes, most people only consider what foods they should and shouldn’t be eating…
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Vulnerability sucks. There’s probably a better way to say that, but that’s how it can feel sometimes. For example, every time I invite someone in, be it on my blog, my Weekly Wine Chats, in my yoga classes, on social media, or share my business, there’s some vulnerability in that. I’m sure you have similar examples of vulnerability at work, in your relationships, or maybe even in building a business. The problem with vulnerability though, is “you have to feel it, to heal it.” Let me say that again…
Let me paint you a picture. You have a large six-figure salary, you travel the world often first class, and dine in the finest restaurants on your corporate card. You stay in luxurious hotels and take frequent vacations. Now add this to the pretty amazing life we just described…You work about 12 hours a day, catch 6 AM flights every week to spend the day in meetings only to later have a dinner meeting. And sometimes the people you meet with don’t even really want to meet, but they do out of a sense of obligation.
Just in case the title didn’t clue you in, let this be your warning for explicit language so stop now if that makes you uncomfortable…. I was at a creative entrepreneur conference recently and we talked about how we talk to ourselves. That wasn’t the only thing we talked about so don’t wonder why we needed a whole conference for that. At any rate, people were sharing the words they use to encourage themselves to do something they’re procrastinating on or nervous about. And to be clear, yes I talk to myself and I talk to myself often.
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