So the deal is, I’m pursuing a lifestyle that is totally freedom based. This I know I deserve but I feel I am losing my soul in the process. I am feeling that I am forcing this to happen so quickly and if I don’t, I won’t be a success. Of course who’s definition am I using to define success. Anyway because of this angst, I had a panic attack last week, first ever I thought, and I felt I couldn’t cope with this journey I have embarked upon. This attack had be crying and weeping like a baby cowered in a corner just completely afraid of the life I am going after and that I know I totally deserve. I have been thinking that I just couldn’t do this. What “this is” you may ask is, becoming visible. And this has so many layers.

I think the biggest thought I had was why am I doing so much and believing that I need to do this all alone to prove to myself that I am a success – being open to what makes me happy and brings me joy. Yes I am good at helping people and so many come to me but do I really want to do all that is required to have a successful global coaching business. Hmmmmmm, the answer to that is a resounding YES – the ACTION is what is required and what I know for sure is that I am not supposed to do this alone. I am realizing more and more that it’s OK to show up for what supports me, and the pieces that don’t, seek and get help. It OK, I keep telling myself. And it’s working. Through the action, the fear of it all starts to dissipate. And that’s a good thing in my book. So one definition of success could be: doing what most people are afraid to do. Ultimately success is within: Love of self, love of life, love of all.

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