Important work
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Important work

Yesterday I recorded a podcast in which I shared some personal details about my life.

I shared them intentionally and they were issues that I’ve resolved. 

After the event, I recognised the signs – the vulnerability hangover had arrived.

Having experienced it before but standing on a lesser foundation, I welcomed it with love.

Important work means stepping out of our comfort zone and becoming the people we’re meant to be.

It takes strength to hold that space and to love ourselves through it.

There’s no more important work for me than to help create a world in which we’re all able to use our gifts and talents to live from our depths, love from our hearts, learn from our wisdom and leave a legacy that we’re proud of.

What’s your important work and who do you need to be to share it?