Tag Archives: success

The Things We Don’t Say

A lot of times, the things that we don’t say are difficult or negative in some way because we’ve been punished for saying those kinds of things before. We’ve been dismissed and invalidated, both of which are extremely painful. Sometimes we don’t say the thing when it’s something loving. Because it feels so intimate. And we’ve been rejected, we’ve been denied, we’ve been hoping to be met and haven’t been. Maybe we’re with partners who […]

Saying the thing is the path of ease

The clarity that you are already tapped into is relevant everywhere. You can see the potential, the possibilities, the limited beliefs, the hidden things.  Don’t hold back – say the thing. The thing that everyone is thinking. The thing that others are scared or hesitant to say. The thing that might make you sound different or crazy that no one else will ever say. And watch what happens.  Your ability, your comfort, your willingness to […]

Saying the thing means hearing the thing

Saying the thing is always a value for me. It’s always on my mind.  Right now, this is what I’m thinking about and focused on every single day. I’m writing and reading emails about it every day. I’m in research mode. I’m practicing it everywhere. I’m teaching about it and studying what comes through in the teaching. I’m in conversation with my community about it.  As I’m putting myself into this deeper study of saying […]

Saying the thing means sharing your true sight

People are hungry to be seen – and you see them. People are hungry to be heard – and you hear them. Let them know. You know. You see. You hear.  What would it feel like to share your true sight in your business, with your clients, and everywhere in life?  Source material, Sales Full Stop, June 14, 2023 — Sign-up to receive my daily transmission straight to your inbox, Monday-Friday. There’s so much value in […]

Removing the manipulation and getting clean

You don’t need to be so careful. It might be a detriment to be so careful.  You don’t need to prove that you can hold her.  It’s true – so know it’s true and go all in. It’s an important thing for you to be willing to risk causing harm to serve her fully. And I want to reassure you that repair may not need to happen as often as you think.  Harm doesn’t happen […]