Here’s what’s weird about me.
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For over ten years I’ve lived my life for maximum fun and fulfillment.
Independent of winning or losing.
Indifferent to financial success.
Following the fun.
Creating an experience of joy through this journey of life.
In my work as a career coach (during these same ten years), I publicly planted as a moderate. It’s ok to work for money or work/life balance or fulfillment. You do you. We’ll help.
? But I lived my life as an extremist.
I felt a little embarrassed, a little ashamed, a little entitled around this stance.
But I couldn’t help myself.
I’d contorted myself for safety and security before.
It was painful and boring.
A woman I recently interviewed who decided to be a writer late in life told me, “I’m learning to do what makes me happy, to not worry about what everyone else thinks. To me that’s the most important thing.”
When I asked her why, she said, “Because the opposite is leading to misery. There’s happy and unhappy. What do you want to do?”
I chose happy.
And today I’m ok with it.
I’m ready to share my weirdness more openly.
? Introducing The Beautiful Souls Project. ?
For the artists, the creatives, and the healers among us.
The ones who:
move and heal hearts,
crave unstructured time,
are here to shine,
and are doing it all for the fun of it.
Contact me if you’re a 100% fulfillment kind of gal at an executive level who is ready to step away from the misery and into your happy.