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Stop Taking Advice

You're at your desk. It's 9am on a Monday. You look at where you are now and wonder how you got there.


Maybe you had a parent or relative or friend who convinced you that this was the right career path for you (a path that you now regret pursuing). 


Maybe you didn't know what you really wanted back then, so you took someone's advice.


Here's the problem with advice.


It's well-intentioned. It feels like love. But it's not.


It's someone else, projecting their values onto YOUR life.


The trouble else, unless you understand your own values, you will constantly be seeking advice from others.


And their advice won't satisfy you forever.


At some point, if you really want to break through the noise, you'll need your own belief system. You'll need to connect to your core values, use your intuition, and put 100% faith in the fact that you know what you want.


It's time to tune into your intuition and think about what YOU really want.


Here are two ways you can get started:


Step #1: Think of a person you admire. Write down what you admire about them. What **values** do these words represent? Think of these as values that are important to you.


Step #2: Write a letter from your future self to your present self. I know, I know... this seems a bit strange. But you'll notice that you immediately think in a future-oriented way during this activity. When you're stuck in a rut, you're more past and present-oriented. This activity helps break the pattern.


Not sure where to start? Let's talk, no obligations or payments or anything. Book 30 mins with me and I'll shine a light on where to begin.







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