Who I am now is not who I have always been. I’ve been you. Struggling with my body, in debt, feeling unlovable, unsure of every business move made.
I want you to envision this:
I’ve just graduated college and am fresh out of a toxic 4 year relationship/engagement (new beginnings overload).
I hate my body, am over $10,000 deep in credit card debt, moving back into my childhood bedroom, feeling allllll of the shame/guilt/frustration/embarrassment that comes along with all of the above.
Oooooffff. Just thinking back to that time makes me want to give 2013-Lily the biggest hug.
I know that right now you’re wondering -- how do you go from being in that position to running a 6-figure coaching and healing company?
And that’s what I’m here to tell you. Let me fill you in on the details. Leading up to this point, I was overly-reliant on acceptance and love from other people to define my self-worth.
If people liked me, I felt okay. If they didn’t, or I just *felt* like *maybe* they didn’t--I would take it in as immediate confirmation that I was:
And what I allowed all of these things to mean were: I’m not lovable. But something inside of me always knew that life didn’t have to be this way. Something inside me knew that I was meant for more. It was a voice inside of me that had grown quieter over the years, but I could still hear it sometimes.
I could remember the child-version of me feeling filled with hope and excitement for my future.
And once it hit me that I was the one who was now responsible for giving that little girl her happy ending… Again, I’ll say: oooooffffff.
I am solely responsible for all of the good things that come to me.
I can and WILL manifest the life that I want. And that is when it all began to change.