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I once told Kristen, and I quote, “I’d rather my life be harder and more complicated than necessary, but still happen on my terms, rather than it be easier but not go the way I’ve envisioned.” Charming, I know!
What can I say? I’m a Hermione-Granger type know-it-all with a penchant to grab onto something and insist that I know when, how, and why it’s supposed to happen … and then get indignant when it doesn’t go my way, naturally.
Wouldn’t it be easier to, I dunno, release control over the unknown and chill out? Yes! It would. But that’s not as easy as it sounds, which is why I’ll never stop having conversations about how to let go. I need constant reminders … and I suspect you do, too.
So, in this month’s brand-new interview with a normal person, tune in as I chat with Diana, a former-client-turned-friend, about how she learned to let go of control. We got into…
- Why Diana was tripping up on how to put the concept of feminine energy into practice.
- How an early experience with chronic illness created her particular brand of stressing out and trying to control everything.
- Her truly labyrinthine career journey: she’s been a rare books librarian, worked on Wall Street, and is now in marketing! (Just in case you didn’t believe reinventing yourself was possible.)
- The shift she experienced just last month that finally helped her get out of a toxic job and into a new one, practically overnight.
Leave a comment below after you’ve listened to share how Diana’s take on letting go resonated with you!
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- We’ll be taking on a small number of clients this time — probably fewer than 10!
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LISTEN TO THESE EPISODES NEXT
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Finding a new job in 24 hours with Christina Hart (January 2021)
The feminine energy experiment with Carolyn Canonica (May 2021)
Side Chat: How to actually DO feminine energy (June 2021)
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I can sympathize with being told by doctors early on that what you were experiencing was all in your head. It’s sad how often that happens. I’m assuming that you eventually were able to figure it out and remedy it? I’ve had health issues affect my work too. And although I know what my ailment is, it’s still a tough one that isn’t a quick fix. It’s one of those things that takes time to heal fully and that may require experimentation with different supplements. (It’s GI related).
I’m glad things worked out for you! I can see how some little things in my life here and there may have worked out from feminine energy / benevolence of the universe, so I definitely believe in it. It’s hard sometimes to trust that something good will come as a result of me focusing on whatever it is I’m focusing on at the moment because the results can be delayed, but trust is another good word. You may not know what’s going to happen or be able to control what will happen, but you can take control over what you decide to do at the moment, and do what feels best.