I taught a very powerful workshop over the
weekend, which I believe significantly transformed
the lives of the attendees. Do you ever feel like it's not safe to "own" your
assets and gifts because people might think
you're being arrogant? You might be judged as self-centered and that
you think you're better than everyone. But what
if you're just good at what you do? I think a key distinction here is this: 1) If you are coming from a place of appreciation
of your God-given gifts and talents and aren't shy
about sharing them with the world, that is healthy
pride. It comes from Love. 2) If, on the other hand, you are coming from a place
of fear and immaturity, needing attention, your comments might be viewed as insecure and needy. So much depends upon our intentions and the
FEELINGS behind our actions and words, not
so much upon the deeds themselves. You have a right to be heard, seen and valued.
We all do. If you're not taking a risk and demonstrating
the talents and gifts that come naturally to you, if
you're not doing what you love to do, why? Maybe you're not playing a big enough game.
It's feels safer to hide behind the excuse of security.
We all want to feel safe and secure, but sometimes
the cost of safety, the guaranteed paycheck, the
corporate crutch, is HUGE. We are so worried about running out of money that
we sell ourselves out and settle for a boring life that
doesn't challenge our creativity or resourcefulness. Sufficiency is a state of mind that has very little
to do with having enough money. It has everything
to do with FEELING we are enough, loving wholly,
being true to our values, speaking up, sharing our
gifts and talents with the world.
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To your life, Angie Below is a testimonial from the weekend workshop.