I haven’t often found that I could gather the momentum to be such a thing. And so I stopped. Time and time again.
Dead in my tracks.
Granted, I defined success by the standards that had been defined FOR me by others’ beliefs. And I am being reminded on a daily basis that the only one stopping me is me.
I want to be unstoppable.
That does not mean that I have some unrealistic expectation of myself or my value in this world. It simply means that I want to get to a point in life where I live unafraid…unyielding in a sense that I am resolute to my purpose.
An unabashed life.
No embarrassment. No shame…in doing what I am meant to do. Saying what I need to say.
This past week I received several comments from participants in recent workshops:
Reading these words of how others see me, as well as sharing them, is embarrassing on some levels.
But if I am true to what I say that I want to do–live an unstoppable, unabashed life–and I am living true to what I say is my purpose in life–to inspire others to see beyond the challenges they face–then I must remember to accept the compliments in the manner that they are given.
I trust that I will continue to be genuine, and care for others by continuing to lead them through their toughest of times by the example I set in facing my own demons.
Unstoppably and unabashedly me.