Hey Creative Soul!
Success Coach for creative entrepreneurs who are ready to own their fears, kick criticism to the kerb, and finally have the courage and confidence to show up fully as their authentic selves.
You knew from a very young age that you were creative. You knew you were different. You knew you that special gift that other kids didn't.
... but here's the problem.
Somewhere down the track between being that creative child back then to you growing up, you somehow lost touch with that creative kid who believed in boundless possibilities.
Maybe it's because they told you: You're not that creative. You're not that special. You're not allowed. You're not good enough, smart enough, creative enough, pretty enough, strong enough...
Somewhere along the way, you lost your confidence and you stopped believing in yourself.
Right now, you're torn. You're ready to stand out and feel confident. But yet, an equally opposing force tells you: "Who do you think you are? Just sit back down and forget about the whole thing.". Because if you stand out, you risk getting hurt, getting laughed at, and being told you're not good enough.
As a result, you want to put yourself out there but you're equally afraid of the attention you might get. Because putting yourself out there could mean rejection.
DID YOU KNOW: the Top #1 regret of the dying* is: "I wish I'd had the courage to live a life that's true to myself, not the life others expected of me"?
This breaks my heart. Because this means, many people spend their entire lives forgoing who they really are just to please someone else (that's insane!). So they could keep peace with their loved ones. So they could feel safe from the judgments and opinions of others.
But not you. I refuse to let you look back on your best years, tainted with regret.
You're meant to be successful.
But first, you need to get out of your own way of your own success... starting from your fears.
*(Source: The Top Five Regrets of the Dying, Bronnie Ware)