$36,000. That’s the amount of credit card debt I have paid off since January, and I couldn’t be prouder. But not for the reasons you might think...
Just about a year ago, I was crying on the floor, feeling trapped and hopeless.
No matter how hard I worked, no matter how many clients got incredible results, no matter how many testimonials I shared, nothing worked the way I needed it to.
In Europe with my kids having the time of our lives, yet in a very dark place in my marriage, and going through some intense personal growth, my business was transforming, too.
I felt vulnerable because my ego was hurt, exposed - as I was my results and money was the measure for my greatness/worthiness.
One thing I did not give up on, was surrounding myself with the best mentors, and I leveraged my credit cards for that...
I simply knew that I had to keep committing to myself, and not wait for that “one day when I can afford it.”
No, I did not “magically make 6-figures in a day” nor did the sparkles in my marriage suddenly reignite.
What I did do, however, was trust.
I trusted in this deep knowing that all was going to be alright.
Instead of freaking out, I kept digging deeper to keep removing subconscious barriers, finding my true voice, taking down the walls and healing wounds, letting the ego go, and learning how to love myself deeply...
Along the way, I kept realigning the business, taking it to a whole new level.
As I am about to embark on a new journey with my husband, I don’t know what to expect.
Instead of waiting for that “one day when,” I chose to make a new commitment to myself, my kids, and him.
And this time, I chose vulnerability because there’s nothing that ego would need to protect. All there is is this calmness... trust.. knowing.