Moving Beyond Stuckness (Part Three)

Did you have a chance to read Moving Beyond Stuckness (Part Two)? In that blog, I shared how the stories we tell ourselves and our limiting beliefs hold us back from living our lives fully.

Stories are false narratives based on our experiences and how we see the world. Many times they feel so true to us we don’t even realize we’re in the middle of them.

Limiting beliefs are something we believe to be true that holds us back. You may have taken them on at any point in your life. They may even be someone else’s limiting belief that you’ve taken on as being true.

Digging into the stories you tell yourself and the ways you limit yourself is not easy work, but it will bring you more freedom in your life.

Let’s move onto what’s within all of us, but so easily ignored…our intuition. Read more

Moving Beyond Stuckness (Part Two)

Did you have the chance to read Moving Beyond Stuckness (Part One)? In that blog, I shared how many clients I’ve worked with have come to me from a place of stuckness. Their life felt somewhat dull, they could feel the desire for “more,” but had no idea what “more” is or how to get it.

To help them gain clarity about what is missing in their lives, I gently dive in with questions to see what we could uncover. I always love the look when they have an “aha” moment…brings me so much joy. 🙂

Once they have clarity about what is missing, we dig into what’s getting in their way of reaching their goals. Many times when I ask they have no idea. After all, if they already knew what was in the way, there would be a greater chance they would already have it.

Often what’s at the heart of being held back in our lives, are our stories and limiting beliefs.

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Moving Beyond Stuckness (Part One)

Many people have shared with me how they’re unhappy in their lives, but they have no idea how to make a lasting change. They are just stuck.

They’ve tried things in the past, but nothing seemed to be a permanent solution. They struggled to find the discipline, which led to self-judgment.

I could easily jump ahead of myself and talk about the importance of taking tiny steps, but I’ll save that for another blog.

Often people I talk with have a feeling that they need “more” in their lives, but they can’t grab hold of what “more” means to them. Read more