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The Self Healer State of Mind: Are You Building Your Business To Help Yourself?

Self ImproverIn the world of transformational healers and coaches, our message and mission is usually solidly based in our own story.

Something happened to us that we struggled to overcome.

And now, that we are in a better place, we feel ready to help others who are going through similar issues themselves.

That would be a great business plan, wouldn’t it?


The Story Of “Sue”

I will never forget how, a few years ago, I was sitting in a meeting room next to a woman, let’s name her Sue.

Sue had just gone through a very messy divorce.

She had lost everything in the process: Her house, her friendships, her identity.

She was struggling to keep it together as she was presenting her situation to the rest of us, who were working on building our businesses.

She shared with us all the emotional details of the law suit, dealing with her kids’ affairs and the aggressiveness of her ex husband.

She was upset about all the mistakes the felt she had made, and was very clear that, if she had had someone to support her along the way, she could have avoided much of the drama and her life would be much better now.


This situation was now about 3 months behind her, and people told her that she was a resource for others and should write a book about her process.

So that’s what she set out to do.

She was going to build a business where she would help women who were going through a divorce.

She was going to coach them, guide them and be that advisor and friend for them that she wish she had had when she was going through this process.

She was going to be the light bearer, the communicator between her clients and their spouses, the attorneys and the people who were in charge of the kids.

She knew she could do it.

She had been there herself.


We all agreed that she had the knowledge to deliver her services in a profound and relevant way.

We could see her passion and determination when she talked about her future niche.


But there was something about Sue that didn’t quite add up:

It felt like her struggle wasn’t really resolved.

She got very triggered when people voiced some doubt about her point of view.

She got emotional when she talked about the importance of helping women getting through divorce, and it felt that this emotion was caused by her own trauma, not the issues she wanted to help her clients with.

Is short:

It really felt as if a part of the reason why Sue chose this particular niche was, to find comfort and healing herself.


When we pointed this out to her, she immediately went into defense, felt attacked and uncomfortable.

She burst into tears and raised her voice.

“NO!” she said “I know what I am doing, I am ready and I am good at it!”


Gosh, this was uncomfortable, and we all felt it.

We wanted to help, but it was just not possible to get through to her.

I certainly wished her the best, but, given what I know about business and learned from people who are dealing with legal issues, she might have ended up struggling quite a bit to get a long term business of the ground.


The true problem: The Self Healer State Of Mind

I have seen this pattern in many Healers and Coaches who want to help others through a trauma they have strongly experienced themselves:

There is just not enough distance, enough closure from the practitioner’s side to allow for the detachment and focus they need to truly help.

And I have yet to see someone who would have been successful and charge what they are worth, and saying “no” to a client who can’t pay.

There is so much value for them in just doing the work with someone who understands and validates them, that this alone is worth keeping going, even if finances suffer.

And there are those memories, in Sue’s case what it felt like to be out on the street with three small children and a backpack full of clothes, not knowing where to turn next.

How could she turn a mother away who had no place to go, was at the end of her rope and reached out for help?

As a business woman, she can’t afford to help everybody who needs her for free.

As a future entrepreneur in self healer state, she cannot afford not to.

Do you see the conflict here?


How to build a successful business, even though trauma is still there

This is why I always advise my clients to not build their business on unresolved emotional issues of their own, no matter how far they have come in the healing process.

They will most likely struggle

  • charging what they need to keep the doors open,
  • being clear about the boundaries between their business and their private life
  • be too self invested and easily triggered to coach somebody who is in strong emotional trouble
  • and might fade when tough decisions need to be made

These are just some of the reasons why Coaches and healing professionals, who are in the self healer state, will struggle building a successful business based on their own, unresolved story.

There are many niche markets and messages that we can build a successful and thriving business on, even if we are still going through specific trauma in our life.

Making our unresolved problems the center of our business will most likely backfire.

Being realistic about this will help us create the income we want in a thriving business, and then help those that we are sharing similar stories with, for a nominal fee or free.

Money or House?

Do You Want Money Or Do You Want A House?

“I want to make $100.000 by June 15th.”

“I want to have enough to pay my bills and travel.”

“I want to own my own home.”

“I want to have enough money to send my kids to college.”

What is your goal for your life and business?

And what exactly does this goal mean to you, right now and in the future?

Getting clear on what exactly you want your income to do for you is possibly the most important first step when creating a plan for your business.

When you say “I want to make $100.000,- by June 15th” – why this date?

What is happening on June 15th that you feel you need 1120K for?

And why this specific amount?

Why not $98.657.- or $134,916.-?


How about that house:

Where exactly do you want to live?

When do you want to close and move in?

What style, what quire footage, bedrooms,… do you really want?

Be realistic about how much this house will cost you.

Then work towards it, starting right now.


And how about sending your kids to college?

How much exactly will this cost you?

Which college?

What else will happen during that time that you need to prepare for?


When you want to pay your bills and travel:

How high are your bills exactly?

And where exactly do you want to go?

When do you want to leave?

For how long?

Which style of traveling do you prefer: Backpack or 5 star hotel, adventure or relaxation?

Do you want to pay for people to join you? How many? Who?


Dreams into Goals

Do you see how answering these questions forces you to make decisions instead of vague dreams?

Do you feel the level of accountability when you add up your income and how much you will need?

Are you getting scared yet??? 🙂


Don’t be!

The purpose of having your business is to create income for the needs you actually have.

Money buys you things.

If you don’t do anything with the money you make, you will just see a number on your ATM screen, indicating that you could do things if you wanted to.


So really think about what you want to buy with the money you’d like to create, and very quickly you will see how your life takes a different turn.

You will find out what your priorities are.

You will find out what your values are.

You will find out what is worth working for, and what isn’t, what you can only do with, and what you can easily do without.

You will learn a ton about yourself when you decide what you will buy with the money you make.


In your mind, it will leave the ATM and be put to good work.

If you want to leave inheritance for your kids after you are gone: How much would you like to leave for them?

And do they really need this as much as they need your time with them right now?


Goals into Plans

Make a plan, and decide what you really want.

Money is just how you can get it.

But if you don’t know what you want, own it, feel it, radiate it with every part of your being, you will most likely not be able to stick it through the hard times when working on your business seems tedious and disheartening.

$100,000.- can be a number on your ATM screen, or the enabler of your dreams and a future that is waiting for you.

Money does not make your plans, it enables them.

So the more you know what exactly you want to buy with your money, what exactly you want to use it for and why, the easier it will be for you to get into a real, sincere and deeply felt alignment with what you will want to do to create it.

taking action becomes a no-brainer on your journey towards your goal.

And when you get there, in time and on budget, you can celebrate with everyone you love, everyone you want to be there.

After all: You have planned for this, worked for this, and now it is time for the party!

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There Are Cycles In Your Business

I just got off the call with my coach Monica Shah.

We talked about planning out the next year (I have some VERY exciting stuff planned, please stay tuned!).

And we also talked about the ups and downs in building a business.

When people first start getting out there, they are motivated, excited, they can’t wait to tell their friends and family all about what they are planning to do. They see “low hanging fruit” everywhere, the people who have been wanting to work with them all along, the meetings they have thought for years to attend, the important connections they had forever and never really used.

Then they get serious.

They think about their offer.

They think about their exact market.

They think about programs, and pricing, and offers.

As long as they think about it and plan it, it seems clear and logical.

There is a sense of safety there, understanding that they really have value to offer.

“Now I get it!” They say. “Now I understand what I am doing and how they will benefit!”

They are ready to go and move forward with optimism.


But then the roadblock hits them:

The person they were SO sure would say “Yes” said said “No.”

The person they trusted would support them all the way changed her mind and is not available anymore.

The meeting they always wanted to attend to get clients proved to be a flop.

The doors slam shut, and there is no place to go.


All of a sudden, the excitement, the positivity, the optimism disappears.

Gone. Done.


“I don’t think I can do this!” is the first response.

“It’s impossible. I need a different product.

I need a different market.

I need something else.

What can I do?”


While there was hope and open doors before, a sense of independence, of adventure and of pride in being so courageous, there is now discouragement, stuckness, fear and regret.

“I should have never started this!” is now the theme of the day.

“I don’t know what I was thinking!”

“I thought that with the right support I can do this, but I am not getting what I need to be successful.”


The truth is that building a business goes through phases, and it is good to know what to expect:

There are times when you move forward, get lots of contracts and lots of support come and go.

There are times when discouragement, fear and discouragement set in, when nothing seems to go, no matter how hard you try.


People who don’t know that these phases are to be expected quit at that moment.

They believe that they just didn’t get it right and that it’s them, or the plan, or the market, or the economy, or whatever else there might be to blame.


So I’d like to tell you: It’s NOT you!

When you are good at what you do, love doing your work and know that with the right clients you can get great results for them, then it is NOT you.

Not to say that your strategies don’t need to be tweaked and adjusted when something doesn’t work for you.

But it’s NOT you.

It is part of building a business.

That’s right:

Building a business works in phases, just like building up strength and stamina to do a marathon does.

There are times when you will grow quickly, and times when you will plateau.

Don’t be afraid of this!

Expect it!

It will happen, wether you like it or not.

So why not just like it, expect it and move forward anyways?


This is when working with a coach is crucial. Someone who has your back, who supports you, who doesn’t judge you.

Someone who has been there, and can show you the next logical steps to success.

Someone who helps you get unstuck and celebrates your successes, while holding you accountable for your progress.

And you want to have a group of like minded people who are going through the same thing with you.

They are called a Mastermind.

And when you are serious about building a thriving business, having this kind of support is essential.


I have a limited number of openings in my next Mastermind program.

And I’d like to talk with you about this, if you are serious about moving forward in your business.


The first step is to sign up for a free Success Strategy Session.

Please use this link to sign up for your free, 20 minute Success Strategy Session now!


I can’t wait to talk with you in person!

Here’s to your success!






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What If They Say “No”?

Yes, no matter how good you are, no matter how important and relevant your services are, how passionate you feel about the work that you do and the difference that it makes in people’s lives, most people will still say “No, thank you” to working with you.

It’s not just some people, it is MOST people.

I know how hurtful and frustrating this can be, to hear your ideal clients say “No, thank you, not right now.” to the opportunity to work with you.

“If only they knew what I can do for them” is one of the biggest frustrations that many coaches experience as they reach out to get more clients.

They feel so passionate about their work and helping others, that it is almost personal when a potential client says “No, Thank You.”


And they often begin to struggle with those old abandonment and rejection issues that can get triggered when we don’t feel welcomed.

They feel lonely, silly, at a loss of words.

And the more they hear the dreaded “No, Thank You.” the more they take it to heart, take it personal.


What most people forget to see is, that they themselves say “No, Thank You” to most offers that people make to them.

Do you buy everything somebody offers?

Do you reach for the phone as soon as a commercial shows up on TV?

Do you get excited about investing lots of money as soon as a person, technique or offer seems enticing?

Of course not!


You also make choices. You decide every day wether something is for you or not.

Is this the right time, the right price, the right package for you? These are very important considerations for you as well.


Understand why they say “No”

And of course, most of these choices are not just about the offers that you are presented with.

Instead you take your whole life into account:

You reflect if it is the right time to make the purchase.

Does this offer have value for you right now?

Is the problem it solves a priority for you right now, or just something nice to have?

Are you personally invested into getting results, or does the offer come at the wrong time?

Is it just another “bright, shiny object”, or truly your next logical step?


There are so many factors that might impact a decision to work with you.

The most important one is to show up at the right time.

Show up in your client’s life at the time they truly need you.

Show up with an offer that is insightful and shows that you truly understand the situation.

Show up repeatedly, understanding that your clients are not waiting for you to come.

Develop a relationship

Most people need to be approached 9-12 times before they make a decision, before they open your email, before they understand that help is available.

You have to be there for them as they are going through that process.

Let them know you care.

Let them know you understand.

Let them know you have their back, and don’t hard sell them into working with you.

Represent your vision and your values every step along the way.


There are many different ways that you can show up in somebody’s life.

The 1:1 personal connection is always the best way to help them get to know like and trust you.


Is working with this client important enough to you to invest the time and energy to stay in contact with this client?

If so, then your chances to be there at the right time, the time when your client is ready to make a move on the problem you can help with, will be very high.


If you truly believe that you have a great value to offer to a client, don’t give up on him or her just because they don’t need you at the time you first connect.

Instead, build a great relationship that helps them to get to know, like and trust you, connect with them in different ways over the course of time, and build your connection and reputation around your brand and your values.

And most importantly: Never believe that people say “No” to you personally.

Just as you have the right to say “No” to most offers you receive, either because the timing, product or price point aren’t a good fit for you right now, so can and will your potential clients in the beginning.

If you take people’s saying “No” to your offer personally, please consider working with a trained EFT practitioner and tap those triggers away!



When Your Inner Rebel Kills Your Business

As you are growing your business, you will find that, against all good intentions, you are hitting your own inner resistance to change.

You know what you should be doing, but aren’t doing it.

You know you should be talking to others, having wonderful conversations with people in your target market, and making lots of offers to work with them, helping them, supporting them and doing what your business does, but you are just not doing it.

You are hitting that moment when a part of you says “I really, really want to move forward!” and another part says “There is NO way that I am going to do that. Not in a million years. This isn’t me. I can’t do it, I won’t do it.” Or, and this is the most dangerous way that you can self sabotage:

“There’s got to be a better way. I just don’t know enough, I have to do something else first.”

I had a client who was very good at EFT, and a well respected practitioner in her field.

She was frustrated that she didn’t have enough clients to be financially safe, and hired me to learn how she could create a high level income, doing the work she loved.


As we analyzed her business, we realized quickly, that her current target market was a market that was very well served with other programs that were offered for free. And they had never heard of EFT, and were skeptical, to say the least.

As a result, she was investing many hours per week educating people why they should work with her, giving free sessions and keeping her price point low.

Even though her work was clearly a good fit for the people she wanted to help, they had no interest, desire or even education to have a need to work with her.

They simply didn’t care that she could help them and didn’t see why they should pay her a fee, while there were so many other free options around.


Needless to say that my client was frustrated about this, and she wanted me to help her change this situation.

“How can I make them understand that what I offer is so much better than the free stuff out there?” was her question.


As we went through her own personal and professional background and analyzed her strengths and weaknesses, we found out that she had a wonderfully solid foundation in a field that would be readily willing to invest into working with her.

She knew this market inside and out, had lots of connections and referrals, she was even still a member in an organization that was serving this community. She was well liked and respected, and it might only take a few phone calls and business lunches to get her foot in the door and start speaking and getting clients.

But she struggled with the idea of letting those that had dismissed her for the past years of the hook so easily.

“There has got to be a way to make them understand and hire me, and I am going to find it!” was her response when we tried to change her business model.

All her abandonment issues came up.

All the judgment she had endured as a kid when she wanted something and people told her that she can’t have it.

All the resentment that nobody listens to her, even if she is right.

All the fear that she is not good enough, or people think she is not good enough.

The fear of judgment, the fear of failure, the fear of putting herself out there, the fear to be seen, and the fear of not to be seen.

The fear of being misunderstood.


In short: We hit her inner rebel.

She seemed very young as she started arguing why working with the population that didn’t want her services was the only thing she was interested in.

Her face, her voice, her gestures and expression got younger, she literally looked like a high school girl for a while, probably the exact age she was when she had discussions with her parents about what she can’t have.

She used words and sentences that had nothing to do with business decisions and entrepreneurship.

Abandonment came up, and sadness.

She felt defeated and overwhelmed.

And none of this had to do with building her business.


I offered her to coach her through this.

We can very effectively tap on the triggers that she experienced.

We can work through those limiting and self destructing feelings that were costing her business and her family her future right now.

We can address those memories that have hurt her in the past, and help her claim her power and focus back, so that she can create a life and business that she loves and where she is welcome.

All she needed to do was understand that it was her very young self that was making business decisions for her right now, acknowledge and heal this part of her. And then take a leap of faith and make a decision that she was going to change her life.

The doors opened for her.

She had a chance to create her own life now.

All she need to do was take a leap of faith and say “Let’s do it. I am tired of living this way!”


She wasn’t ready.

She couldn’t do it.

“There’s going to be a way to make this happen, to make these people understand that I am better than the free options they have available right now. I just have to find a way.”

I talked with her a year later.

Her financial situation had gone from desperate to severe.

The market that she wanted to reform was still not interested in working with her, and by now actually dismissed her, as she had gotten more and more angry about being ignored by them.

She had tried “online techniques”, they didn’t help her make money and cost her a lot of time to create.

Her relationship with her family was strained, to say the least.

Again, she asked me what she was doing wrong and what she could do to make money in her business, helping her desired target market.


“What could you do that you haven’t already done? I asked.

“I have tried everything. What am I missing?”

“You are trying to serve a market that doesn’t want you to serve them right now, and isn’t invested in paying for what you have to offer. To create income in your business and blessing others with your gifts, you will have to find out who is ready for your services right now.”

She looked at me with sadness. “You said this last time.” she said.

“I just don’t know who to work with.”


A year later, she was finally willing to see and hear which open doors had been waiting for her to walk through all this time.

She had literally invested tens of thousands of dollars of not earned income in inactivity and rebellion against a simple truth, the truth that she needed to modify her business model to be successful.

She had invested everything she could have very easily and successfully made if her resistance to change and healing hadn’t been so overwhelming.

Healing and support is all around us all the time.

But it takes a firm commitment that we will not let our inner rebel make decisions for us, and that we are willing to do whatever it takes to let go of what is holding us back and implement the necessary steps to move forward, whether we are afraid or not.

Sometimes, the next logical step is a leap of faith.

Are you ready to leap?





When Loneliness Hits Your Business

There comes a time when your business grows, when loneliness becomes your friend.

You have changed. Your business has changed. Your business has changed you.

You are not who you used to be.

You have taken your life into your own hands.

You have made investments into your future, into learning what you don’t know how to do, into getting help and support.

You business starts to become visible to others, and it might confuse them.

Who are you and what do you do?


When the changes you make become visible to others is also the time when you are not really sure if it will all work out.

You can’t deny that something is happening, but you don’t feel safe yet.

You have your first paying clients and can prove how brilliant you are, but you don’t know what to do when their contracts expire.

You have done and invested too much into your future to ever be able to go back to the life before you had a business.

But at the same time, you sometimes wonder if you were nuts to even think that you have what it takes to be successful.


This is a lonely time, and everybody goes through it.

Letting go of the old life causes grief and fear, and you might by now still be surrounded by people who are you telling you that going out on your own is not a good idea.

You can’t share with them how you feel, because you already know what they will say.

You need help and support.

But where will you find it?

Where will you find those strong, independent people who are glad to support you?

Where will you find people who understand when you feel vulnerable and overwhelmed?

Where will you find people who aren’t jealous but genuinely proud of you and celebrate with you?

Where will you find people who can become your new tribe?


It is so important that youFinding a new community as you are going through the changes is crucial for your success.

They will give you a place called home, where you can explore your first steps as an entrepreneur.

They will celebrate with you.

They will encourage you when you feel lonely.

They will understand that you have to leave to teach a tele class or see a client.

They understand that it can be hard to get your newsletter out or work on your business plan.

They know the triumph you feel when a client says yes.

And how down you are when a client says no.

They get you.

And you get support, as you grow with your business.


Feeling lonely as your business grows is a normal and natural part of evolution into the entrepreneur that you can be.

Letting go of the old and not really feeling secure in the new is what is causing this problem.

Just keep walking, one foot in front of the other, one step at a time, and surround yourself with like minded people who get you, encourage you, respect and love you along the way.


Having a Mastermind during times of loneliness is just that community of like minded business people who are willing to take the next steps together.

If this speaks to you, I’d love to talk with you about how you can join my inner circle.


Please make sure you claim a spot in my calendar to talk with me about this.

This is your opportunity to have an open, 1:1, 20 minute business and life strategy call to really get down to your dreams and what is holding you back from fulfilling them.


Please email me today at to sign up for your opportunity to change your life.

As you can imagine, there is very limited time for these strategy sessions, so please sign up today, before all the good spaces are gone.


With respect for you and the powerful path you have chosen




The Real Success – Living A Life You’re Proud Of

We all talk about it: “I want to be successful”. “I want to be a success”.

But what does this really mean?

What is Success?


I believe that Success is much more than money in the bank. Success means living a life that we are proud of.

It means doing the things we want to do in the way we want to do them.

It means setting goals that we find important and meaningful, and reaching them.

It means knowing our values and setting our own standards.

We decide what success really means.


How does having a business play into this?

In the western world, we need money to reach our goals.

Money is not just “energy”, money is a tool.

It is HOW we get what we want:

Money touches every aspect of our life: Our relationships, our health, and how we give back to others.

It certainly doesn’t ruin our character, it magnifies it.


If we want to give to others, money enables us to give more.

If we want to be there for our family, money allows us to support them better.

If we want to do what we love, money allows us to do it easier, in a more fulfilling way.

You don’t need to have money to do what you love.

But you can do it better when you have money to pay for things.


This is why it is so important that we get into alignment with money.

That we don’t hate it, or think it is trivial or even evil.

It is simply a magnifier and enabler of your dreams and goals.


So then: What are you proud of?

What would you really like to do with your life?

What difference would you like to make?

What do you want to be remembered for?


Take a breath and really focus on this for a moment:

If you knew you couldn’t fail: How would you like to live your life?


What would make you feel so successful that you are proud of who you are?

And how can you create the income you need, doing what you love?


I’d like to offer you a 20 minute Success Strategy Session.

This is free, my gift to you.

We will talk about your personal success style, and how to activate what makes you unique and powerful.

I will help you sort out what success really means to you, and what you can do to create the income you need to get there.

For some people, building a lucrative, transformational business is definitely the next step.


During this call, we will define what your next steps in your business and life are, and the support you may need to get there.

Please sign up now to reserve your time to talk!







Learn How To Think Outside Of The Box In Five Seconds Or Less

The other day, I gave a talk for a very powerful group of healers and coaches. 

I felt so fortunate to have been invited, and I wanted to make sure that I truly understand what their needs are and customize my presentation accordingly.

As always, I had prepared my Powerpoint Presentation, and was looking forward to speaking about success models and motivation, when I started to realize, that something very profound was happening in this group.

Over the course of the morning, I realized that more and more people were repeating certain mindsets such as “I don’t feel deserving”, or “we just need to think outside of the box.”

Other thoughts were “Making money is – or is not (depending on the person speaking) spiritual”

Others felt that they just want to help, and that is enough to keep them going.

I think we all have heard or thought these thoughts at one point in our lives or another, but hearing them in such unison was a bit astounding to me. Why was everybody feeling and saying the same thing?

And: Were they really?

I took all morning to absorb what was going on around me, and by lunch time, I had made up my mind. 

I was going to scratch my presentation (not to worry, it will be used when the time is right :-)) – and instead, I was going to just talk about what it takes and means to think outside of the box.

To me, thinking outside of the box means seeing the obvious, without any personal coloring or beliefs.

What keeps us stuck is what we hear from others, what we make of it, and the group belief we buy into as a result. When we just look at what is without any of those attachments, we will very quickly see:





Free Tapping Script: Tapping for Success Manifestation

When I began my journey to lose weight 5 months ago, I know that I needed both:

The right mindset and the right system.

For the system, I decided to go with weight watchers, as it is a proven system that has been around for decades and has helped thousands of people reach their goal weight while being very flexible in what I can eat. Since I travel a lot for business, and eat in restaurants and at airports, this was a good match for me.

The next step was to commit myself to doing whatever it takes to reach my goal of losing 40 pounds.

However, as was to be expected, I struggled with daunting thoughts that were challenging me.

I had already taken care of the cravings, so this was not a problem.

But the thoughts of how big this goal was, and how my life would change as a consequence, were very real.

So I decided to begin to manifest my future weight loss .

And today, I am proud to say that I am almost there, going from a size 14/16 to a size 4/6.

But I didn’t just want to affirm for myself that I already have what I want.

The idea of saying “I am at my goal weight and have lost 40 pounds with ease and grace”, or something of that nature, wasn’t strong enough for me.

Instead, I developed a technique that I call

“Tapping from the future back”.

Here is a sample of how this would work.

Connect with the obstacle or fear that you feel right now, and that you would like to overcome.

Then just begin to tap and read out loud, switching to the next tapping point according to what feels right for you.

These words can be extremely powerful – enjoy!


There was a time in my life when I didn’t know yet

That the fear that I was facing

Of the huge task that I was taking on

Was going to be the last obstacle I had to overcome

Before I reached my goal forever

With so much more ease and comfort

Than I could have ever known

At the time that I was scared.


I remember well,

When I still believed that it was going to be hard and scary 

to move forward with my life and goal

And that I would be suffering so much

While never truly being safe with my accomplishments.


And now looking back,

After so many years of knowing

That the fears back then were truly just that

And I very quickly, much sooner than I ever thought possible

Would be able to completely change and move forward

In the most powerful way that I could have never been able to know I was capable of at the time.


Today looking back,

I am so grateful for the unwavering faith in my abilities that I displayed

Even though I didn’t know that I would be able to reach my goal with so much joy and ease.


Today I am so grateful for how comfortable it has been.

I am grateful that I know now that I reached my goal for good.

I am delighted and proud of myself that I know now,

Years later

That I was indeed right on my path

Clearly connected

Joyfully shifting

With the flow

In an amazing and wonderful way that was given to me before birth.


Today I know what huge and profound impact 

The decision to reach my goal

No matter what it takes

Would have made for my future

In more ways than I could have ever imagined

Even in my wildest dreams.


Today I am grateful.

Because today I know for years already

That I did it

I truly did.

I mastered it

I conquered my goal

I did.

I was successful.

And much easier than I ever thought it would be.

I am grateful.

My life changed back then.

And I did it.


All changed.

I have, indeed, what it takes to be a success.



Take a deep breath.

Do you notice the shifts that this creates?

You can manifest from the future back, designing the outcomes you would like to achieve with ease and grace, much easier than talking yourself into believing that things can happen.

Please leave a comment below and let us know how you are using this script, what you have experienced and which goals you would like to tackle.

Blessings and success to you!