We do not fight for that which is ours

We do not fight for that which is ours

We may have absorbed the belief that the woman who is creating the next level of income and impact and legacy, the woman who shows up at the next level of leadership. The woman we are intending to be, is someone we are currently not.

Someone we are trying to be. That we have to build her, fight for her, strain and discipline ourselves to become her. All of these maybe valid and will probably form part of the actions we are going to take on our journey to the next level.

The problem with this way of thinking is that it constantly keeps us as an outsider from our intentions. Such that even if we achieve this level of leadership, income and impact from sheer will and hard work, we will achieve from a position of an imposter.

We will always be afraid that we might make a mistake that will take us back, we might drop the ball and lose it all.

There is another way, a way of embodiment of the woman you are becoming now, before you experience her in your physical reality. This taps into the full power of your intentions. This way raises you above your current limitations and circumstances.

Because everything that has ever been created, was first conceptualised in the imagination before it was created physical. This is the same way you can create who you are becoming.

You have to follow the laws of creation, first the conceptualisation and embodiment then the physical creation or manifestation.

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Published by Hlatswayobusisiwe

MBA (Henley), Career Coach and Founder Black Women in the workplace www.blackwomenintheworkplace.com

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