It's why a lot of people get stuck.
When you start making changes you encounter resistance.
You start to feel less comfortable in your current reality but you aren't quite ready to step into something new either. You may feel doubt about your ability and commitment to doing something different. You feel torn.
You don't want to rock the boat but you don't like the direction the boat is heading.
You begin to feel resentful. You are tired of people pleasing.
You want to live by your values.
You want to be who you are now. Not who you were.
I call that living truthfully. It's hard work.
First, you need to be clear about what is important to you.
Then, you need to find a way to live it. And that can mean managing expectations and finding the relationships that will support you. It involves endings. And endings are messy and uncomfortable.
And then you begin the hard work of aligning who you are now with the rest of your life. Bit by bit. You start focusing on what you want and need. You start taking steps to live truthfully.
I am a speaker, blogger, podcaster and content creator providing you with the tools to help you get clear, make better choices so that you can live truthfully. It is called integration. And it is a great way to live and lead!