Just the other day, a client said to me, “I can’t believe I dare to say that out loud.”
She wasn’t sharing a deep, dark secret.
She was simply daring to tell the truth about what she wants more of in her life. At home. At work. From– and for– herself.
Now, she is daring to own it. And to do something about it.
It sounds so simple, but in practice, it’s often one of those things that is “simple but not easy.” Or at least we make it that way a lot of the time.
It’s confronting, this truth and dare stuff. It’s also how we do anything that matters.
Do you dare to say what’s true for you?
For many of us, we do… and we don’t. It depends on which truth we’re talking about. But what separates the yes from the no? When you’re not being honest about where you are at in our mind, emotions or results, what’s holding you back? Where are you hiding from what you want to create in your life?
You cannot create what you do not acknowledge.