I See You

I see you, the real you.

When I look at you, I see your greatness. I see your potential. You are already worthy and have value in my eyes without needing to justify anything to me.

If you need someone to believe in you, I do.

If you feel like there is all this potential sitting underneath the surface that’s screaming to come out, I see it.

If you know that something about the life you are living today is not the life you are meant to be living and you crave more, I know that pain.

You don’t need to explain yourself to me. I don’t care about the mistakes you have made. I don’t care about your flaws or your weaknesses.

Here is what I do know, with certainty: you are human and that is enough. Simply by being born, you entered this planet with both superpowers and vices. You are a combination of your good and your bad. I don’t expect you to be perfect.

When I look at you, I choose to see and speak to the gifts you have to offer this world. I choose to speak to the strengths and pull them out of you so you can see how strong you are.

To my clients, I am so proud of you for investing in yourself.

I see you learning to set boundaries and hold them. Watching you value yourself and your time more and expecting other people to adjust to the newfound respect you have for yourself is beautiful.

I see you creating a new normal for your routine, one where you prioritize the time to plan or rest instead of always feeling like you need to produce for others.

I see you training your mind to think differently. I know how hard it is to separate from believing all the thoughts that cross your mind to recognizing you are not the thoughts, you are the being observing the thoughts and have the option to let them go or rewrite them.

I see you moving from shaming your body to loving it. I see you taking pride and joy in the skin you are in and asking her how she needs to be loved today. I see you prioritizing movement and rest.

You are already enough. I will not judge you or criticize you because I recognize we are hard enough on ourselves as it is. I will always be a non-judgmental safe space for you to process what’s happening in your mind and in your heart.

And slowly, but surely, things will begin to shift.

You will begin to see yourself for your potential and not your current reality.

You will begin to give yourself grace and patience instead of criticism.

You will begin to look at yourself as someone who is not only meant for greatness, but creating it and admiring the fruit of your labor.

You will see your strengths, talents and gifts and lean into them with intensity. You will surround yourself with people whose strengths are your weaknesses so you have an incredible team to support and compliment you.

It is my joy to help you release your favorite self. It is an honor. It is a privilege. Thank you for trusting me to help you through this process.

P.S. If you aren’t enrolled in the course but want someone to hold this space for you so that you can also take that lampshade off and shine brightly, let’s chat.

You do not need to figure out life on your own. Do you know any athlete, even playing at the professional level, who attempts playing their sport without a coach? The best athletes have a team of coaches. The top performing CEO’s all have a coach. This is why life coaches are so helpful. If you want to make the most out of your one wild and precious life, consider adding a coach to your bench. I have an entire toolbox filled with resources to help you fill the gap between where you are to where you want to be.

Schedule a call if you want to discuss your particular situation with someone. There is no cost to start the conversation.

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