Do You Ever Feel Trapped?
Do you ever experience the feeling of wanting to strive for something while an inner force is holding you backl? It can feel like a sensation of wanting to run, while stuck firmly on the spot. It’s a feeling that can happen when you say, ‘I really want this’ (to go to the gym, start writing a book, create your own business, try a new hobby, express yourself authentically, learn Spanish, read the book that has been looking at you for six months, or leave a toxic relationship), but your fears and doubts hold you in chains.
Do You Want to Break Free?
This means that when you want something, you make your strength stronger than the force containing you. This means, when you want to run, you run. And this means, that when you make dreams in your mind and they matter, you take that step towards them, no matter what, and you silence fear and doubt, because you can.
How do you Break Free?
QUESTION: This year, what do you want to achieve?
Freedom is your choice, in every moment. You can give it away, but no one can take it away. Own it. Choose it. Cultivate it. Practice Your Freedom.
With a strong heart and mind anything is possible. Cultivating strength is a choice.You always have a choice. Anything is possible, if you really want it.
If You Are Going to Lead, Then Lead.
Leadership is about becoming the writer of the story of your life.
I believe that to be a true leader requires:
Vision: It is your vision, something you believe, see or feel called to do. It is where you see a need that you can serve, or hope that you can give. No one can give you this vision, other than to inspire you to give birth to your own. Leadership asks you to turn from the status quo and seek new vistas, hopes, dreams and possibilities. Leadership requires you to be a visionary.
Faith: A true leader has faith in their vision; they may not see what will be, how it will be attained, the actions ahead, or how the chapters will be filled. They just know it can be realized and that it matters. They know this because they believe in what they see or sense, and they trust in their own dedication, commitment, and ability to try. A true leader knows that true faith is simply the bold choice to choose to believe in yourself and your vision, over fear, no matter what.
Love: A true leader knows that real success will only be achieved when their journey is fuelled by love, because love gives a true leader the light they require to build success and attract others into their vision.
Truth: A leader must be authentic. People sense a lack in authenticity, they feel the words unspoken and they see the actions above the facade on show. A true leader must honour their values and truth in actions, if their leadership is to succeed.
Courage: There will be challenges. There will be dark nights and days of glory when you are called to demonstrate your leadership skills. There will expectations placed on you, demands made of you, responsibilities chosen by you, and there will be fears that hound you; some real, others ghosts in your mind. Courage, the ability to believe in yourself, silence the ghosts, and to trust life will be your ally.
Connection: A true leader understands that true success is bringing about transformations that benefit the whole and so care for the whole and the ability to communicate with clarity, care and compassion is key to cultivating powerful connections.
I know that to truly lead, I must write the story of my life and be accountable for it. I must manage my mind, conquer my demons with all the power of my love, and project faith, courage and positivity onto the script of my mind and onto others. I must stay true to my truth and be fierce in breaking through clouds of doubt to let the light shone through. I must choose my vision, choose faith, choose love, choose my truth and choose courage, and keep choosing these qualities every day of my life. True leadership is an art, and requires practice and dedication every single day.
Always believe in your vision, faith is the light that brings your dreams to life.