I’m On A Mission To Help You Be Courageously YOU.

When you were growing up, do you remember always trying to be good? Be a good student, have good grades, don’t talk in class, maybe even have good penmanship? Do you remember being taught to be polite, speak when spoken to, behave? Do you find that this has manifested in you being an overachiever and/or a people pleaser? Always doing for others, trying to do it all top-notch, never having time for yourself? Do you find yourself comparing yourself to others? Do you make choices because you “should” or that’s what everyone else is doing, rather than the one that will make you happy? Do you ever feel paralyzed with fear of being judged, talked about, disliked?

I know what you’re going through. I lived my first three and a half decades trying to make everyone happy, afraid of being judged, and continually striving and trying to prove that I am good. Good enough…for what exactly?

For me, it all came to a head in 2010. My family had just relocated from Dallas to Colorado, and I found myself in a huge transition that brought on massive uncertainty and seemingly debilitating fear. I suddenly found myself in a new place with no career having left it years prior for babies, no extended family, no friends/friend groups, no purpose outside of kids and house stuff. (Umm, hi! I’m Jill. To know me is to know that I was not born for house stuff.) I realized that I didn’t know who I was outside of those defined roles of career woman, wife, mother, daughter, friend. Who am I if I’m not achieving? Everything that defined me relied on external things like performance, achievement, and opinions of others. Wasn’t I supposed to be doing more in this life than living for other people or external results?

The answer was a resounding, “Yes!” I changed my life when I realized that waiting for something external to change for me to feel happy or purposeful or calm wasn’t working. I realized that constantly thinking, “If only I were more [organized, thin, patient], then I’d feel [happy? joyful? alive? ].” or “When this circumstance changes, then I’ll feel safe, secure, successful.” I changed my life when I finally realized that what I’d been seeking all along was right inside of me. That who I am is enough and worthy. The more I grew into acceptance of myself and certain of my enoughness, the more I discovered my own inner balance and compass.

And guess what? There’s more to your life than the roles and boxes that have, up until now, defined you.

You are worthy; you are enough; you are whole; and you are extraordinary because you are here.

Now’s the time to start your journey to becoming the woman you already are: an empowered, soulful, joyful, extraordinary, courageous being.

Are you ready to change your life for good? Are you ready to Be Courageously YOU?

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