Are you interested in creating a business that works fr you and not feeling wrong about it?
There are so many labels, stereotypes and judgements about doing and being in business: you work to hard (or not hard enough), you don't earn enough (or you charge too much), you don't take enough time "off" to relax or spend enough time with family and friends. Maybe you don't fit into the "normal" ideas of working either: business hours 9-5 Monday to Friday, no work Saturday and Sunday then start again on Monday with no joy or excitement because it's "work, and therefore not meant to be fun.
If you are in business for yourself, you're probably already aware that you are different from others when it comes to business and have maybe struggled with judgements and reactions around you because of it.
I have changed jobs frequently and love working a lot, no matter what time of day it is or how much in the day! People judged me as indecisive and a workaholic which left me feeling confused...
In a world in constant conflict about what is good, bad, right, and wrong - it’s no wonder it can seem impossible to find our own sense of truth among all the defined standards, judgments and expectations! When do you stop listening to what the world tells you is right and begin listening to what you know is right, true and authentic for you?
Judgements are essentially all the values, ideals, points of view and perspectives we are entrained to adopt as our own from the moment we are born. We rarely question their validity, absorbing them unconsciously, and when we discover that we don’t fit in with those judgments, rather than acknowledging our difference and seeking our truth, we assume something is very wrong with us and invalidate ourselves for not being able to fit in with everybody else’s points of view.
Have you noticed how judgement always seems to diminish your true sense of self? Judgment also destroys our joy and sense of freedom to choose what truly...
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There is almost no mom out there that hasn’t felt guilt around parenting. How often do you allow guilt to eat at you over the choices you make? Guilt is where you judge yourself for not being enough, not doing enough and not fitting in other people’s standards of what is good, right, correct and appropriate. There are plenty of “hot” issues that moms can judge themselves about: breastfeeding vs. the bottle, staying at home or returning to work, being a single parent or co-parent, “healthy” vs. “unhealthy” food and diet, being a “cool and calm” mom vs. a helicopter mom—just to name a few!
If we don’t consciously choose beyond guilt, we can risk spending our...