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Full Moon

In today’s Podcast Episode, I am discussing the illusion of perfectionism and the importance of embracing our imperfections, especially when things don’t go as planned. We often put so much pressure on ourselves to be perfect, but the truth is, life is messy, and things don’t always go smoothly. When we can let go of our need for perfection and allow ourselves some grace, we can better navigate life’s ups and downs.

One of the key points is to remember that everyone’s lives might seem perfect from the outside, but that’s rarely the case. People only see what we want them to see, and it’s essential to be authentic in our struggles and triumphs. By being open about our imperfections, we can relate to others on a deeper level and offer support when needed.

When it comes to planning, it’s crucial to have some structure in place, even if things don’t always go according to plan. Having a plan provides a foundation from which we can adapt and make adjustments when life throws us curveballs.

So, how can we navigate authenticity and perfectionism? Here are some tips:

Embrace imperfection: Understand that it’s okay not to be perfect. Give yourself permission to make mistakes and learn from them, rather than letting them hold you back.

Practice self-compassion: Treat yourself with kindness and understanding when things don’t go as planned. Remember that everyone experiences setbacks, and how we handle their matters.

Be open and honest: Share your struggles and successes with others. This can help create a supportive community where people can learn from each other and grow together.

Focus on what you can control: While we can’t control everything, we can control our reactions to situations. Instead of dwelling on what went wrong, focus on what you can do to move forward.

Prioritize self-care: Take care of yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally. This can help build resilience and improve your ability to handle stress and setbacks.

Remember that perfectionism is an illusion, and life is full of unexpected twists and turns. By embracing our imperfections, practicing self-compassion, and focusing on what we can control, we can better navigate life’s challenges and enjoy the journey, even when it’s not perfect.

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This is the work I’m passionate about. I work with successful women who feel disempowered in their personal relationships to stand in their truth and communicate with confidence.

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I strongly believe that each person has the ability to heal themselves and that my job is to bridge the gap between the client and the methods that best suit their process. No matter what our experience in life we can change our lives by taking action and not staying stuck. By helping ourselves, we help others who are struggling with similar experiences. No one comes through this world without struggle, but it’s how we move through those struggles that get us to the other side.

Talk Soon,

Geegado Megwan Kwe

aka Rollie xoxo

Rollie Allaire
Holistic Life and Wellness Coach
Geegado Megwan Kwe
(Spirit Name - Talking Feather Woman)

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