Simplify. Connect. Inspire. These three words inspire me daily. I share them with my clients as a way of being in their lives and relationships.
In today’s modern world where everything is so fast-paced, and we are bombarded with the messages that we need more, leaves many of us feeling overwhelmed, disconnected and unfulfilled.
You received messages very early on about what life is, relationships are and who you should be. You built your life on these beliefs that may no longer be serving you or your relationships. Your beliefs guide your decisions and actions and are key to understanding why you do what you do and also your patterns.
You are human so you are naturally drawn to what is familiar and tend to repeat patterns in your life, even when you know it is not useful or even harmful. It is part of how we learn to survive.
Then we couple up with partners that trigger us in ways that draw us back into these patterns. When you’re triggered, you are likely triggering your partner, and then you are both stuck in this vicious cycle of hurting each other again and again. It doesn’t allow for safety, connection, or growth.
I believe, however, that we can grow from our relationships and learn from them and learning to relate to ourselves and others better. We can create safety and connection with awareness, motivation and the right tools. When we simplify, we connect, and we inspire.
Here is a glimpse at how incorporate these words of inspiration into my work:
Simplify--Simplicity creates ease and space for connection with yourself and others. I start with identifying values and desires, so there is clarity and direction. I like to declutter and get rid of what is no longer serving you or your relationships and implement rhythms and rituals to support a new foundation.
Connect—When there is less noise, you hear better. There is a voice inside of you that knows what you desire. You get to learn how to connect back to yourself, reconnect with lost parts and integrate all of who you are. All of this happens in the context of your relationships because we can learn a lot about ourselves from others and I will show you how to create healthier relationships with clear boundaries.
Inspire—Learning to take self-responsibility and be the driver of your own life is being a leader. A leader inspires others. I like to look at how your change impacts those around you and how you encourage or create change in others.
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If you feel inspired today, or something was triggered within you that you would like to share, drop my a comment below or send me a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.