Last week I announced that I’m doing a special in-person event. At this event, one thing I’ll be sharing is a vulnerable story about a personal blind spot – one that I honestly only ever thought I’d share with my closest friends.
I’m scared and excited.
I don’t often share personal things in professional settings. So, it’s a really big deal for me and I’d be so honored if you want to come join in the experience with me.
Part of why I don’t tend to share personal things has to do with professional boundaries.
It’s a judgment call, of course. But sometimes I see others in my industry use the word “vulnerability” when sharing something that strikes me as a positive spin on what is actually just oversharing.
Just my opinion, of course.
But my point is – I’m careful about it.
Coaching individuals for decades has taught me a lot about what really helps people realize their dreams and goals. What I know is that helping people see blind spots and clear the mental and emotional blocks that are limiting them is far more effective, transformational, and lasting than telling people how to live or what to do.
When it comes to my professional life, I only ever want to share something vulnerable when I’m sure it has purpose. By this, I mean, I need to be sure it enhances a message or teaching in a way that wouldn’t be as potent without the personal story. I don’t just share to share or to demonstrate vulnerability for the sake of it.
I want to first feel sure it helps deliver something that has the power to change lives.
And, this time, after much reflection, I’m sure.
I think it’s going to be an amazing experience where I get to share with you and, if you choose, you get to share with me too. And together, we can walk away from this powerful gathering clear about what is going to have a big impact for each of us.
Shining a light on socially-steeped ideas that impede people from living full-out is what helps create swift and positive change.
Removing mental and emotional obstacles clears the path.
And this naturally activates the momentum needed to create more of what is desired in life.
As I allow the natural momentum around my mission (to revolutionize and optimize the human experience by helping people create the life they think they cannot have), I am trusting this next iteration of where I’m being led.
Brule breaking provides a fresh approach and framework to deconstruct and challenge limiting perspectives. It shifts unhelpful habits. Brule breaking builds expansive levels of awareness, and establishes new patterns so that you too can create the life you think you cannot have.
I hope you’ll join me. To claim a seat at The Brule Breakers Brunch in New England on September 23rd, click here.