There are so many times in my life I thought I wasn’t free.
I thought I wasn’t free, so I agreed with my grade 5 teacher that my art project was bad and labelled myself “unartistic”. Until I decided to believe I was artistic after all.
I thought I wasn’t free, so I went into Commerce like my Dad thought was best. Until I decided I could pursue a degree my Dad didn’t understand or approve.
I thought I wasn’t free, so I danced seldomly and with shame for decades after my boyfriend told me that I was clumsy and awkward on the dance floor. Until I decided I was free to dance joyfully my own way.
I thought I wasn’t free, so I became an economist at the urging of my professors. Until I decided I was free to stop working in a profession that didn’t interest me.
I thought I wasn’t free to let people see my imperfections. Until I decided to believe that the people who mattered would love me more because of them.
I thought I wasn’t free, so I limited each new career choice to one that would “make use of” my education and work experience. Until I decided I was free to do something brand new and with no training at all.
I thought I wasn’t free to show up in boardrooms in clothes judged by men as too feminine. Until I decided to show up powerfully and professionally in high heels and fashionable clothes.
I thought I wasn’t free to leave a high paying job when my family was relying on me. Until I decided to make money doing something I loved.
I thought I wasn’t free to stop striving and efforting in my business. Until I decided to create more value from a state of grace and ease.
I thought I wasn’t free to share unconventional coaching tools and philosophies that might be misunderstood. Until I decided to offer everything I’ve seen work, not just selected bits and pieces.
I thought I wasn’t free to love myself unless I did the right things, said the right things and felt the right things. Until I decided to love myself always and no matter what.
I thought I wasn’t free. Until the day I decided I was.
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