I Almost Quit
I almost quit.
Speaking into audiences who don’t hear my words.
Writing articles that no one reads.
Struggling with clients who don’t want to do the work.
Giving more than I ever received in networking.
Changing niches, websites, concepts, systems believing THIS will be the answer.
THAT program will be the magic pill to my struggling business.
Like creating a thriving body, creating a flourishing business requires more than listening to “them.”
Like creating a thriving body, creating a flourishing business requires more than hope and trying.
Through my daily writing to God, I ask: what am I missing God?
The most significant missing ingredient: confidence and belief in myself.
I have waited for others to share their confidence with me and their belief in me, and then, I poo poo their words and thoughts about me.
Even God cannot convince me of my gifts.
Like my addiction to food, a quiet, presence whispers:
You have all you need to create what you desire.
This presence whispers: I give you nothing without the means to bring it to reality.
What if I piss off someone?
What if I am wrong about what I share?
What if the social media police come and arrest me?
So, I stay silent lurking at others’ insta-stories, wishing I could be as brave as them.
During my daily lament God shared with me: If you threw it all away today: do you think the people suffering from food addiction will be better off?
The answer was no, but then I started to complain:
- * But I have tried everything, and nothing works.
* I cannot give any more in networking settings.
* I don’t care to deal with disappearing clients, clients that want a paint by numbers solution or clients who do not care to have their skin in the game.
Then I shared my biggest fear:
WHAT WILL PEOPLE THINK OF ME?
If I am confident in my abilities, others will think I am arrogant.
Maureen, what they think is none of your business and their thoughts have little to do with you.
In fact, it is the silence that you hear now that is more painful than any snarky social media blast.
Maureen: your lack of confidence breeds arrogance. As you kneel each morning asking me to work through you, you then close that door to me by believing your work is your work.
Your work is me working through you.
You can be confident without arrogance. You can be humble AND confident.
You will die with regrets if you don’t take this road of pissing off people for the good of people.
God shared all that I have created in my almost 55 years:
* I overcame addiction
* I allowed my true body to shine even at 55
* I overcame a childhood riddled with abuse, emotional neglect, poverty,
* I took part in creating a beautiful marriage
* I took part in raising two children who have built lives that I could never imagine at that age.
* I have coached 100s of people with Highly Sensitivities
I have done it all with a smile on my face.
So, here we are.
What is the next step?
I cannot NOT share about healing food addiction.
My philosophy is different.
It isn’t easy, in fact, one of the hardest things you will ever do.
It isn’t about intuitively eating because if you have a food addiction, you must first clean up the communication and heal your brain as well as your body.
It isn’t about praying it away. God is the center of my universe, yet he isn’t a genie in a bottle, preferably a partner who works when we work.
AND… Healing Starts with your Relationship with Spirit.
Spirit, Surrender, and Letting Go has no place in the current DIEt culture.
Yet, what if something so simple, could be your answer?
Again, Simple and Not EASY.
Worth it; You BET!!!
So, are you ready?
I have 2 spots for private healing.
Are you ready to do the work? Invest the time, recourses and energy to finally figuring out how to stop the affair with food?
Go here, lets get started.