Except for one thing...
I haven't done it yet!!!
In my head I have been writing programs, all the beautiful things I could be doing to help my amazing, brave, steadfast patients beyond the scope of our one hour clinical interaction. I have designed retreats, thought about audios that would be so helpful for all of you.. but I haven't done them yet...
Why? Because apart from the fact that I'd rather stay at home and drink tea, I'm a technophobe, and the beautiful new website I'm building is taking a lot of TIMEEEE.... I have mail chimp, new email addresses, all that I need to start building a beautiful tribe of like minded people to share ideas with and I haven't done it!
WHY? As one of the amazing keynote speakers told me on the weekend when I stood up to ask a technical question.. she said my problem with blogging is not technical.. it's because I am playing SMALL. Afraid to go against the tribe. Afraid to put thoughts out there , afraid to be vulnerable, and afraid to be ousted by the community. Pretty primal, biological type fears.
Is there something you need to be doing to get out there? Break out of the 9-5 (though technically these days it's 8-6, or 7 or more) and start your own journey sharing your gifts with the world? WE all have them, how many of us are playing small?!
I came away from the conference with this big personal message, that if we don't take action, life will pass us by and we'll be sitting on a rock watching the stream rush by us..
..The Universe tested me a couple of days after the conference when a friend and pro-blogger I had shared some ideas with took those ideas and ran with them, winning an award before I really felt I had a chance to get moving on it myself. Initially I was upset, and then I realised.. it was an opportunity to remind me to GET OUT THERE and make this happen.
Nobody can take anything from us that we don't first take from ourselves.
Are you playing small in some area of your life? Are you remaining unfulfilled?
Are there dreams inside you waiting to happen that are staying in a locked up or old and dingy room inside yourself?
Does the 4 hr work week seem like a great dream but impossible for you?
So this is my pledge to you. To my readers, my clients, my self, and the bigger Self in all of us. If I can do it, so can you.
Join me in this journey, let's make this happen.
Namaste and Love, Y'all!!
Sage (the Bumbling Blogger) xxxx