I am still feeling very energised. I started the day with my PT session in the park. It makes me feel good that I am getting stronger and fitter each time I exercise. I spent the rest of the day writing and working on the PR course I am doing. I have to evaluate my mission in my business and my ‘why’. It is an interesting exercise that brings up a lot of emotions. I deep dived into my heart space and truly asked for my ‘why’? It came up as two seperate ones but they both lead to the same kind of thing. Through my coaching I want to help women to suffer less. I want them to have a more harmonious relationship with themselves and own their worth. This comes from having a difficult childhood were I saw my parents suffer a lot mentally and financially. I saw my mother go through physical and mental health challenges for years while bringing up four children. I don’t want other women to feel alone on their journeys. I want them to feel empowered around their self worth and finances. Financial stress can be one of the worst kinds of stress put on a family. I want to help educate others and allow them to be free from this kind of stress. I also want to help women going through the loss of a child. Hamish has showed me that if you have the right support when you go through something like this you have a much better chance of recovering well. If you feel less alone and have the support of other bereaved parents it makes a big difference. Like anything any of us go through in life when we have other people to relate to that just get it, it helps immensely. The book, the charity work I am doing and my blog are all things I want to continue to work on. I realised my ‘Whys’ have come from the hardest times of my life not the happier times. The struggle is what drives us to be better.
Hamish thank you for inspiring me to live my life with more passion. Thank you for helping me come back to my true nature.