"Who you are is enough."
"You're loved and prized for who you are."
Do these statements sound familiar to you?
Instead you're probably more accustomed to hear things like "Hustlers make shit happen." "Good things happen for those who hustle."
If I asked you about your success, chance are you're going to tell me what you do or what you did.
But if I asked you... "Yah, but WHO ARE YOU?" Tell me about the success of who you are aside from your accomplishments, well we'd probably enter into a stare off, as you'd have a difficult time answering that.
You're not the only one.
Sure we get told that we're special and we shouldn't put all of our focus and worth on what we can accomplish.. but who's really interested in who we are? Aren't they more interested in our success, the outward stuff that has metrics and can be measured?
You want to be loved, I want to be loved. But most of us are walking around carrying what I call a lie, of "My lovability will be measured on how much I accomplish, how successful I become. Then I can be worthy of that love, then I can earn it."
Maybe you luck out and you get that relationship... lucky you!
But the lie is still imbedded in your subconscious.. "My worth, the love in my life is still held to the standard of what I do, because that's when I'm lovable.
So while that relationship is your delight in life, eventually that old subconscious lie creeps back in and you throw yourself back into your work, your goals and all the things you can accomplish.
This is horseshit. Horseshit many believe.
If I asked you if you believed this, you would probably tell me absolutely not.
But if I asked you, "What makes you great?" Chances are you'll tell me about all the things you can and have accomplished.
When we walk around with this "I earn love mentality", we miss out on what love is really about.
The fact of the matter is you are already loved. Your worth is in who you are and who you are is a being made of love.
If you're running short on love, I can guarantee you that you've come into agreement with a lie that keep your hands tied from receiving love.
That's where my work comes in and helping you get to that love ;)
Listen, you can spend your life killing yourself building a successful career, but at the end of the day, nobody writes biographies about businesses, we read those books because we want to know who the person really is.
Steve Jobs built Apple, great! But that's not why we all rushed out to buy his biography. NO, we wanted to know who was this man that built greatness.
What he built was a by product of the man he was.
The same goes for you.
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