What you stand for,
what you seek, and
what you deny yourself
are all the same possibility.
I call this possibility
the Point of You.
If you're not living the life experiences you most desire,
you're missing the Point.
the point of You
When we liberate the point of you, you see with great clarity why you do what you do (and don't), and the possibility you stand for, because of who you are.
You realize that this possibility does matter, and you do have what it takes.
And while you may not always see exactly where the path of this possibility is leading you, you know when you are on it and when you've lost it and how to find it again.
Vulnerable self respect
Whenever we struggle or feel friction, we are experiencing a diminished state of being. We are fighting to be respected and fighting against being disrespected. And we believe the source of this disrespect is outside of us. It isn't. Others' actions are triggering our own feelings of vulnerability and self disrespect. The "fight" is within ourselves.
By practicing vulnerable self respect, we shift to an undiminished state of being and stop denying ourselves the possibility of our own Point of You.
With NEW Possibility
When we shift to an undiminished state of being, we consciously shift our language. We go from saying "I can't just do that," to "How can I do that?"
We stop saying "If only I had this, then I could do that," and start asking ourselves "What step can I take now with what I already have?"
This consciousness shift allows us to connect with possibility that has been right in front of us all along.
I work with entrepreneurial creators and change-makers to design lives and businesses we love, that make a difference ... and love us back.
I stand for each of us to manifest the fullest expression and value of our one-of-a-kind existence, by getting over our self disrespect and connecting with new possibility.
If you're willing to live the life, and make the difference, you know you are capable of, let's connect and co-conspire!
xo ~ Kim
"There is no passion to be found playing small — in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living."