The Saviour


No one is coming to save you.

For the longest time I believed that if I continued to do good work, things would fall into place.

The right job would simply pop up, the right people would come into my life, the situations I desired would appear.

And while there is some truth to the law of attraction, most misunderstand it.

Doing good work will develop your skills as a practitioner, but you also need to be actively working on your skills as a promoter too.

If you don’t tell people what you do or put yourself out there, you are doing the world a disservice.

You have skills, knowledge and expertise in specific areas, just waiting to be offered to those with problems.

Often we are fearful of rejection, a disproportionate opinion of our own knowledge, or fearful of being perceived a specific way by the marketplace.

But the reality is, when the offering is pure and coming from a place of love and service, you simply cannot go wrong.

If I can share one piece of advice with you here, it’s to realise that no one is coming to save you.

It’s up to you.

APR – Absolute Personal Responsibility.

Dream Big, Start Small, Act Today.

Love ya,
See you soon.

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