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You’ve done the hard work. You’ve dug down deep to discover who you are underneath all the labels and expectations and fears. You’ve made self-care a priority in your daily life. And the third part is finding the courage to expand your universe. I know it sounds weird, but don’t you want to grow your potential and leave the biggest mark possible on the world?
Welcome back to the Ultimate Guide to Recovering Your Life. This first phase of recovering your life is all about self-discovery. In the second phase, we focus on self-care. Much like a car, humans require regular maintenance in order to run efficiently.
As a life coach, people often tell me they want to learn how to create more space in their life. They usually say something like, “I’d like more time,” but what they mean is, “I’d like more time with the good stuff of life.” We want space to do the things we’re passionate about with the people we love.