People count on you like a stopwatch. No matter how big or small the issue, you’re there to lend a listening ear or helping hand.
You aren’t someone who needs showy demonstrations – like speeches or self-guided projects – to win the respect of your peer
It’s enough that you show up for everyone. Your reliable, dependable approach naturally soothes conflicts. You know how to make warring individuals see the value in each other’s perspectives.
Peace is the name of your game.
You foster patience and empathy., and you’re a superstar at taking direction. You’ve got no problem pushing your ego to get the job done.
Here’s the thing though, your sensitivity might sometimes become a little self-destructive. You tend to take criticism to the heart—even if it’s minor. Make sure you acknowledge your inherent worth. If you’re to guide others, I encourage you to stand a little taller and be a lot braver.
You got this!
Here are 3 quick tips!
1. Get Clear on Your Current Circumstances
It’s hard to see a path forward without knowing where you stand. If you spend hours trying to sort out what you want, what you love to do, and how to be yourself – or even believe in yourself, you’re so not alone.
It’s totally normal to find yourself frozen by all the choices out there. But when this happens, you’ve got to take action… If you don’t, you might give up your power.
Instead, try turning inwards and taking stock of your current circumstances. What’s lifting you up? And what’s weighing you down? Why haven’t you taken those necessary steps towards the future of your dreams?
2. Dive Deeper Into Your Limiting Beliefs
Sometimes it’s the smallest things that hold us back the most. This isn’t to suggest that beliefs are something to turn your nose up at – they’re a powerful, life-shifting force… But they’re also easily overlooked.
Why? Well, it’s hard to objectively examine something you’ve always understood as a fundamental truth.
Maybe no one has ever encouraged you to turn your gaze inwards and examine the thoughts that underlie your actions and inaction – I want to be that person. Because I’m willing to bet that your beliefs have everything to do with your current circumstances.
3. Take Small Steps Towards Those Big Goals
Now, that you’ve gained a bit of clarity, set some mini goals to help get you where you want to be.
Think of what you can take immediate action on. Be like Nike® and Just Do It!
Setting bite-sized goals will give you a sense of achievement and build up your confidence.
If you haven’t guessed already—I’m Adonya!
Since ’09, I’ve been helping Spiritualpreneurs and Solopreneurs get out of the daily grind of managing their business and ease back into the joy of being in service!
I’ve lived the corporate life, and I know just how disheartening it can be to be working to build someone else’s dream. Maybe you think it’s impossible to score satisfying, financially-fulfilling work. Or maybe you’ve stopped breathing deeply, and you need some much-needed self-reflection.
So, if you’re just starting out or you’ve been grinding for a while, l want you to know that it is my fervent desire to help you get where you want to be—easily and effortlessly!
Extra resources to help you stay in, or get into, alignment with your purpose.
1. Check out my Musings! I’ve posted quite a few of my thoughts on various spiritual topics (include a 150+ on Autism). Whatever conundrum your ego has created, I’ve probably written something that’ll quickly increase the volume of your I Am‘s voice—so, you can listen to your It and not that ego nonsense.
2. If you’re struggling to manage the day-to-day operational tasks, let’s find out if I’m a good fit for you and your business. Just click the button below.
I look forward to helping your business move into the next step of its evolution!