You’re not perfect — and let’s talk about how to deal with that
Gentle truthbomb: Perfectionism may have gotten you where you are, but it’s not going to get you where you want to be.
I’m sure you’re a tough cookie. You’re a go-getter. You’re great at checking boxes and making lists and planning and visioning. Your typical battle cry to the world is probably BRING IT ON.
But things are not so great right now. And you’d like for the world to stop bringing it, please.
You’re beyond tired. You’re tired of picking up all the balls everyone around you is dropping. You’re tired of being the one everyone comes to for the answers. You’re tired of not getting a moment to yourself. You’re tired of doing everything right and feeling like it’s still not enough.
The thing that sucks the most is nothing is really wrong…but it’s not right either. You know you’re a perfectionist. You know you need to cut yourself a break. But you haven’t figured out how. You’ve reluctantly thought about getting help but you’re not sure where to start. You’re afraid of the eye-rolls you’d get if you told someone about your first world problems.
I get that. I’m sorry for what you’re going through. And I specialize in helping people like you.
My name is Audrey Holst and I’ve helped hundreds of people like you transform their lives without starting over from scratch.
You might want to take a wrecking ball to your life but you’re also probably worried that if you start to move the building blocks you’ve carefully put your life together with, your world as you know it will totally fall apart. It’s not working now, really, BUT at least it’s functional. Who the hell knows WHAT would happen if you mess with the very careful configuration of things you have set up?
What if I told you that you can keep all your building blocks exactly where they are?
You can completely transform your life by taking your focus off the building blocks and by putting it on the most important and under-utilized element in your life instead — you.