I guarantee there is someone in your personal and/or practice life who is draining you financially or emotionally… or who is keeping you from reaching your full potential.
And I bet you know exactly who that person is.
Most likely, there is more than one person.
These people won’t go away until you tell them to.
In their mind, they have a good thing going.
And it might not even be their fault.
You very well may have created and allowed the situation.
The fear of confronting the facts is just as dangerous as the fear of the improbable and unknown.
Until and unless you make some changes, you are stuck and so are they.
In the short run they will make you the bad guy or gal. (So before you drop the axe, consider every possible scenario. Have your ducks in a row.)
They will be forced to evolve and grow.
…and so will you.
One day, they will even thank you for it.
Most likely, only you can set them free.
Confronting the uncomfortable is both liberating and addicting.
You may find yourself becoming very good at it.
Your new superpowers could rapidly transform your entire life.
So don’t be shocked.
This has been what it takes all along.