What’s Holding you back?

I made a decision about a month ago to step up to the next level in my life and in my business.

 

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I set myself some new challenges. When I do this I know the universe will show me opportunities to “clean up“ any areas that may be holding me back or weighing me down. One of the challenges I set for myself was to add more value to my community. I could sense the area of opportunity to step up was in the area of training in my business and the nerves began to arise around a particular aspect of the training I could provide to my community of entrepreneurs. I pondered as to why this was out of my comfort zone, I sat in mediation and was taken back to a time in my first year of high school when I was called up to the front of the class in science by the teacher. We were doing a lesson on mass. I was excited to be “selected” by the teacher, she also called another girl as well. I was a slightly more rounded girl than the other one the teacher had selected and to my horror the teacher pointed out that I had more mass than the other girl. The class laughed and I was mortified, ashamed and totally humiliated.

I realised that this was a fear holding me back from doing the training for my community. This was what we call a “stopper”. I was allowing a past experience to stop me or hold me back from being more fully myself. Knowing what I was holding onto from my past that was effecting me now allows me to embrace it and change it. I am now preparing to do the training and to meet the challenge I set myself to be more.

What is holding you back?

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One thought on “What’s Holding you back?

  1. Great post Kym and I’m pleased to see you are ready to share more of your gifts with the community, Congratulations! Most often when we look at what’s causing us to hold back and not take a risk to move on, it is our “negative mind chatter” that has pre-determined our path. Your facing what the incident was, is the major step in recognizing a need to change your mindset.
    Eleanore Roosevelt said it best, “No one can make me feel inferior without my consent” Daily practice, catching those negative thoughts and replacing them with positive affirmations will move you forward. Spread your wings and step up to your career potential as I say in the Career Role Model Program.
    Blessings of success,
    Claudia

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