This week we’re taking a break from our regularly scheduled programming because I decided to get vulnerable about the shame I felt at year end after an incredible 2016.
Shame only survives in darkness and solitude. When we bring the things we feel ashamed of out of the recesses of our minds into the hands and hearts of other good people, we allow compassion and help into our lives.
Please take a few minutes to check out the video below and then click the link below to share your feedback with me.
And, remember, there’s nothing to be ashamed of. We are all where we are. We’re learning what we need to learn. And it’s all okay.
PS. I would be remiss to not also share how immensely grateful I am for everyone who was a part of our 2016. Thank you for bothering to read this, for giving us your time, attention, and support in the midst of infinite choices. Thank you to everyone who helped with my book’s launch and who came out to a talk. Thank you to our amazing clients who let us share in their journey. Thank you to my team who rocks my world on the regular. Thank you to my friends and colleagues who inspire and help me. Despite a rocky end, you all were why I had a breakout year in the first place. When I stop to consider all the wonderful people in my community, I feel incredibly moved. Thank you.