Episode 18: Embracing our gifts in alignment with who we truly are.

As we head into this New Year, it’s a great time for some reflection.

Corin shares her story and talks about honoring the fact that you can use your gifts in many different forms and they do not have to be used in ways that no longer feel aligned with you. 

It is so common to hear that we need to do something or be something that seems to come naturally to us, especially if we are able to generate good money with it and help others along the way.

Yet, it shouldn’t be others deciding what is in alignment for us and what is not. Instead, we should trust our body’s wisdom.

When we do things that are out of alignment with us, we end up drained, exhausted, and with a triggered nervous system.

If you feel you have to offer something out of obligation, I invite you to reflect and notice:

  • What am I offering out of obligation or because I feel I need to, to make ends meet?
  • How would life and business feel if I only offered things that make me feel alive and vibrant?
  • What is one thing I can change in my current offerings to honour where I am at while also starting to align more with what is true for me at this stage in my life?

Everything Corin shares are her truth, lessons, and musings.

I invite you to listen to your truth, take what you need from each episode, and leave the rest.

Episode time stamps

00:33 End of year reflection

1:03 Corin’s story about natural gifts

3:33 Are you currently misaligned with your natural gifts? 

6:29 Reflection questions for you

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Love, Corin