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What We Do

One of the most common comments I get is this – “I feel so overwhelmed…”

And that’s completely natural since you’re learning to do something you’ve never learnt to do before.

And the sense of overwhelming goes even deeper than that, beyond needing to learn skills.

That’s because when we’re at the start of a journey like that, we are essentially starting to re-write our personal stories and to do that, we are changing aspects of our personalities, in particular those portions which relate to our false beliefs.

Now, to clarify, I’m not suggesting that anyone changes their values – beliefs strongly rooted in them – such as honesty, integrity, family, freedom, etc.  In fact, we believe that your values form the foundation of any business that you start.

What I mean is, changing false beliefs such as…

“I can only be good at my current job, which I’m not even that good at, since my manager came down on me hard yesterday, but I need to keep doing this because I’m too old to learn anything new, and even if I wasn’t, I’m not that smart, or hardworking, etc…”

Most of us grew up thinking that.

When I first started, a mentor shared with me, “To change your future, you have to change you.”

I was comfortable with my life.  It felt right.

However, what “felt right” to me then will only have brought me more of the same.

I could not trust what “felt right”, because that would have kept me on that same golden hamster wheel for life.

Us humans need something to hold on to, and if I couldn’t hold on to what felt right, I felt lost.  And so I learnt to hold on to my vision for what I wanted to be and to follow the training that I had paid to receive.

I learnt to do things that felt alien to me, like blogging, video and email marketing.

Honest, open, authentic me when I have nothing to say, I just blog about my day or I come on the camera just to present myself.

With all my flaws, learned to see those flaws as gifts that made me unique.

It didn’t feel right – flaws are the ugliest parts of ourselves, right?  But I learnt to see those flaws as something to be embraced, that I could share, and benefit someone who was going through the same.

Holding on to my vision of what future I wanted, and trusting the training, allowed me to do that, despite the fact that it didn’t “feel right”.

That allowed me to grow, in a way that doing what “felt right” wouldn’t have.

But remember the financial rewards are just the by-products of our growth!

Follow your dreams, your vision of your future.  That is the path of growth.  It will not “feel right”.  That’s why we have growing pains.

Learn to trust that vision.  Get good mentors and training, because you will face confusion and overwhelm, when you start to make big changes and learn new things.

Always remember this.  It is only when you grow into the person that you are meant to be, that you can live the life you are meant to live. 

Are you prepared to confront what “feels right”?

Watch this short video from my mentor here which got me started on this journey!