“Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.” Maya Angelou
We are pulling the reigns on Sober Freedom Sisterhood.
Yes, what I’ve experienced in my sober freedom journey is it’s always best to recognize and honor when something is not jiving. I learned from being badly beaten, bankrupt, and my spirit feeling nearly broken to never hold on to something just to save face or just because I have put an extraordinary amount of time and effort into a project or relationship.
I’m listening to my inner wisdom.
Now, with that said, the membership is not going away. I’m refining it and possibly redefining it. I listened to the early members, and I heard YOU! Some of you were fine the way it was, while another was ready to move on. And that’s perfect!
When you know in your gut something needs to change – listen! Regardless of what others may think or say.
Of course, we all hope that out of the gate, everything will be fabulous. There’s no reason to believe it couldn’t be. There’s nothing more that I want than for you to plug in and start shifting your thoughts, energy, and intentions.
But just as I remind every woman I talk to or work with about not accepting “what everybody thinks or does” because they are not you and don’t possess your You-ness…we don’t know what we don’t know until we explore and experiment. Life is about enjoying the experience of the process, not just what develops.
It’s never too late to change… your mind, your path, your habits, your life.
I learned SO much and am excited about the FREE Christmas gift available to everyone interested in learning more.
Thank you to all of you who supported the first rendition membership, and I love you for your patience, kindness, and feedback. I would not be able to do better without knowing how to do better.
You never fail if you learn.
Of course, there are life lessons from this experience.
Change, pivot, a shift is always an option. No matter how far we’ve gone, how old we are, how long we have carried a belief, we can make a course correction and become the woman of our dreams with Time, Intention, and Practice.
Don’t be afraid to fail. How can we learn and grow if we are unwilling to try? Smile, collect your wisdom and keep moving forward.
Ask for feedback from the ones you love. They know you best, and you may be surprised that they think you are pretty spectacular and can offer insight into how you could be even better.
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This announcement is from the 11/12/2021 newsletter