“I’m a powerlifter.”
“I’m a bodybuilder.”
“I’m an accountant.”
“I’m an engineer.”
“I’m a democrat.”
“I’m a republican.”
We use so many labels to describe ourselves.
What do these labels mean?
Are “you” truly any of these things?
The way you eat.
How you train.
What you do for money.
Even your quirks.
You are so much more than any one of these.
You are so much more, even, than the sum.
What you do is not who you are.
Is your focus on the former preventing you from finding the latter?
We often assume that who we are and what we do are one in the same.
What if our actions and behaviors are driven by factors outside of ourselves?
Influenced by forces that aren’t in alignment with our best life?
In ways that we’ve never sought to understand?
What if we’ve never actually asked “why” we do what we do?
Take a step back.
A deep breath.
Create silence and stillness.
Explore how the way you are living compares to what you see as your best self.
Which patterns are in alignment with your best life?
Do you even have a picture of what that best life looks like?
These are really freaking tough questions.
But you deserve the answers.
You deserve more.
You are worthy of nothing but the best life.
Start with who you are and what you do will fall into place.
You’ve got this.