“The more at ease we become with the discomfort of change, the more we live fully and love our lives. The more we commit to what’s truly important to us and accept the discomfort of stepping up to that commitment, the more we feel fulfilled.
Committing to our Big Dream aligns us with being fully used for our purpose here on the planet at this time. Who we become on the way to our Big Dream is as important as, maybe more important than, achieving it.
We must learn to love and accept ourselves no matter where we are in the process. We must also learn to hold ourselves accountable to a higher standard – the standard of our Big Dream. It may seem almost impossible to be kind to ourselves while requiring so much more of ourselves. Yet, both the unconditional love and the abiding responsibility are essential to achieving our Big Dream.
Live fully. Even in the discomfort.
Love fully. Love yourself silly. Love yourself no matter what. Love those around you, even when they behave like crude cave–humans. Love your process as you become more of your Divinity to bring your Big Dream to reality. Love the messiness. Love the humanness. Love the Divine.
Live fully. Love fully.”
– Excerpted from my new book, “Thriving Work: 90 days of daily practice for transforming you and your coaching, consulting or healing business.”
Your Big Dream
If you are committed to bringing your Big Dream into reality in 2012 or if you’d like support in committing and then bringing it into reality, then you may want to consider applying to join my “Thriving Work” coaching program beginning in January 2012.
An intimate work group for only 8 fortunate people.
Pre-requisite: you have read the book, “Thriving Work.”
If you haven’t read it, you can order it here today:
Next steps . . .
To begin the application process visit:
If you’d like to have a conversation with me first, call me on my direct office line at 303.399.8737.
To bringing your Big Dream into reality (or into focus!),
P.S. If you aren’t sure about your Big Dream, give yourself the gift of calling me. Let’s talk about it. Don’t push it to the side for another year . . .