Join me live April 13, 8 am for an online clearing session called ROFL: Rooting Out Foolish Lies.
Do you understand that all your old stories are blocking your future progress?
What if you have an old story … based on historical evidence that says …
“I am not smart.” (Based on not passing algebra in 8th grade…27 years ago.)
Or ” I can’t get ahead.” (Based on an old story of not be promoted 12 years ago.)
Or…”Something always happens to me right when I am about to make it.”
(Based on a stupid boyfriend who broke up with you when you went to college to pursue your dreams.)
Those ‘truths’ are actually lies. This is history, not your present.
But… you could be ACCIDENTALLY BLOCKING YOUR FUTURE by perpetuating this falsehood into the future by not looking at your conclusions about yourself.
Example: I am not smart. Is a judgment/conclusion you made about you based on 20-year ago incidents.
But if you examine it… you may finally get that it is not the ‘truth’ and the real truth is you are smart and capable.
I bet you have made a ton of good stuff happen with your brilliance.
With your savvy…with your light.
I bet, in fact … you are a genius who has gotten yourself to where you are by doing a ton of ‘right’ things.
I am happy with my life if i do 85% of everything ‘right’ in one day.
I am open to mistakes.
Mistakes make me learn new things and I don’t judge the crap out of myself for learning something new.
That makes me “smart.”
See the reframe?
So how many things are you not going for simply because you think you are not…
So…. join me Saturday and root out those foolish lies and let’s examine what stops you from pursuing your greatness!
Join me as we get to the root of all the stupid stories and limiting beliefs that say you can’t move forward living the life you want.
The happy outcome is you gain new awarenesses on what’s true or now true for you.
In this event you can:
~ Pinpoint where a stupid story or lie is stopping your progress.
~ Become aware of where you’re choosing to settle for what you don’t want.
~ Stop making a wrongness out of going for what you want to do.