WITH CHRISTINE HASSLER
EP 323: Why It’s Important to Take Risks with Marilyn
This episode is about opening ourselves up to opportunity by courageously embracing change. Today’s caller, Marilyn, just turned 50 and feels lost in life and with no clear direction for her future. She has been playing it safe and fears making changes in her life. We discuss how she can listen to her intuition to be open to the opportunities that may come from shaking up her life.
Many of us have put up a wall to protect ourselves and as long as we are more invested in protecting ourselves from getting hurt, we are not going to be open to living into our full potential and achieving our heart’s desire. Because that protective wall keeps us from being hurt and blocks out the amazing possibilities that can come from having an open heart.
And, often, the older we get, the harder it can be to make changes in our lives. Because we become comfortable and complacent. Some people are happy with complacency. They are content in a rinse-and-repeat life, comfort zones, and doing the same things. It is totally fine that they find meaning in other things. But we grow when we put ourselves through challenges and in new situations. So, no matter what your age, instead of settling and giving up on new experiences, make some changes.
Are you a woman looking to call in your beloved? Do you put pressure on yourself to be in a relationship? To start your journey, on November 30th, Stefanos and I will facilitate our last Be the Queen program for a while. Go to ChristineHassler.com/BetheQueen to apply.
- Are you more comfortable playing it safe even if it means you don’t love your life? Do you consider yourself risk-averse unless you weigh all the options and it seems like a smart thing to do?
- Do you feel disconnected from the way you were as a child? Maybe you were brave, creative, or outgoing as a child and as you’ve gotten older you’ve wondered where that person went?
- When you think about making a change do you focus too much on all things that could go wrong versus what could go right?
Marilyn feels lost and doesn’t have a clear path of what she wants for her future.
Marilyn’s Key Insights and Ahas:
- She is single and finds it easy to be alone.
- She thought she would meet someone more quickly.
- She feels lost and has a wall up.
- She is conservative in her actions to protect herself.
- She has done the inner child workshop.
- She has been with the same company for 20 years.
- She is considering relocating and finding a new position.
- She was a brave child.
- She is focusing on what could go wrong instead of opportunity.
How to Get Over It and On With It:
- Make a change. Shake her life up a little bit.
- Tap into her warrior woman.
- Consider what could be great about making a change.
- Do the empty chair process with her inner child.
- Choose change or let life bring change to you.
- Take some risks.
- Start paying attention to things that could go right instead of what could go wrong.
Christine Hassler — Join the Free Over It and On With It Community
Jill@ChristineHassler.com — For information on any of my services
Tweetables:We grow when we put ourselves through challenges and in new situations. Click To Tweet To achieve your heart’s desire, trade your protective walls for better healing tools. Click To Tweet Courage isn’t the absence of fear; courage is moving forward even though we are scared. Click To Tweet