Forget One-Size-Fits-All Success

Here’s what I believe:

If you do the work you’re meant to be doing in the world, you’ll step into grace and power.

You can’t help it.

Answering your call is such a profound act of self-love that the defenses and distortions of your past are gently overcome by the divine honoring that occurs when you say yes to what your heart most wants for you.

This isn’t easy.

You’ll come up against everyone of the reasons why you’re not good enough or lovable enough to live the life of your dreams.  That’s why it’s so hard and why so few stick with it.

It’s also why it’s worth it.

This isn’t Get Rich Quick; this is live to your full potential and there’s work involved.

But this doesn’t mean you won’t get rich (in fact, that’s what I want for you, too), but the only way to get there is through your pain and stuff.

Making six-figures a year is great, but it’s not the end of the line.  If you’re not clear about your purpose, fulfilled by your contribution, and lit up about your work before you start making six-figures, then you won’t be those things after you start making six-figures.

Money without meaning is empty.

And I want more for you, for all of us, than that.

So, I don’t want to give you blueprints for success because you ARE the blueprint.  Tap into your heart, your passion, what you most want to create for yourself and your Right People, and you’ll create a road map to your own, inevitable success.

It will be hard because tapping into your heart makes you vulnerable, but if you’re brave enough to do it fiercely and cleanly, you find stores of strength and aliveness in your work that are so strong, that you won’t want to do anything else.

I wish for you the sweet bliss of falling into bed exhausted every night because you showed up and gave everything you had.

So, what do you most love about what you do?  What do you most want to create?  What do you most want to give?

Answer those questions, and let them lead you to the next, Diane