Knowing what nurtures, supports and fulfills you is a part of having wisdom. Awareness of what drains, constrains and diminishes you is another factor of wisdom. Designing your days to uplift what enriches you while shedding what keeps you small is how you begin to claim your wisdom.
Start to notice little moments and actions that support you and those that don’t. Commit to this awareness for a week. Take notes. Then you can plan your day to include more of what fills you in good ways and eliminate or change what empties or depletes you. Trust your self.
Published by Shelly O'Connell, Flirting Coach for Women
Shelly O'Connell is a Flirting Coaching for Women who want to gain confidence with flirting. I coach women to reframe flirting as a form of play and to deconstruct the patriarchal bs about it that limits women. I am an expert flirt and author of FINDING YOUR FLIRT. My professional and personal goals are to have women experience their joy and radiance through fun and engaging programs. Shelly trained at The Institute for Life Coach Training. She holds a Master of Divinity and a Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Science. She has an extensive background in women's advocacy and with Native American Spirituality. To speak with Shelly and/or to learn more please send a note with your interest to: https://shellyoconnell.com/contact/
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