"There is only one purpose for all of life, and that is for you and all that lives to experience fullest glory." - Neale Donald Walsch, Conversations With God
In the Summer Break episode we're going "off the grid" again with this topic on knowing when you're worthy, good enough, and how to know when you've reached success.
Next week, I'm going to be sharing 6 ways to convey the value of your offers on social media in a 3-part Facebook and Instagram Live series, but today I wanted to pull it back a bit and talk about how we think of our value as a human being and what exactly our purpose on Earth here really is. It's a big topic that we could talk about in a lot of different ways, so just scratching the surface here, but thought this was an important concept to bring up.
This has been on my mind for awhile but wasn't sure how to go about sharing it. So, today I pulled from one of my key takeaways from my own coaching experience as the client, from the Self-Made movie series on Netflix, and from this book, Conversations With God.
Even if an offer or launch doesn't go over like we hoped, that doesn't mean anything about you as a human being - you are not a failure, you don't suck, and by no means are you not cut out for this. You just got a lesson you needed. I wanted to talk about this because so many times I see people hang their worthiness on how much money they made (or didn't), how many followers they have, or how many comments a post got and we are all so much more than that.
It's important we realize that and bring that knowing into how we show up when we do talk about our offers and business. This episode hopefully will give you some things to think about as you work to do/believe that.
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