The sweet spot
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The sweet spot

“I’m standing really tall and confident, but not in a way that’s a mask anymore.”

These were the words of a past client I caught up with the other day.

I asked for permission to write them down as they gave me goosebumps and brought tears to my eyes.

Goosebumps and tears are signs we’re in our sweet spot.

A circle in a round hole as opposed to a square peg in a round one.

They didn’t come to me to remove their mask. They weren’t aware that’s what was needed.

But what they did was put up their hand and said, “Something’s not working, I know there’s more.”

Because there’s always more.

When we find our sweet spot and help the people we serve to find theirs, beautiful things happen.

For when one of us is changed at our core, life takes on a different trajectory for the people around us and the fabric of our lives.

The old world is dying and a new one is seeking to emerge.

A world in which the sweet spot becomes not a ‘nice-to-have’, but an imperative.

It equates with passion, curiosity, inspiration and satisfaction. Life-giving attributes.

My client is now in her sweet spot.

What gives you goosebumps? I’d love to know.