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It’s never too late

Have I caused you stress?

I keep talking about how your child learns by watching you.

That may have caused you to feel some guilt. Maybe you think you’ve screwed them up for life. That’s where my mind would have gone.

I used to fear my kids growing up and listing all the ways that I caused them damage.

But, it has never been my intention to cause you anxiety or upset. Quite the opposite, actually. My only intention, ever, is to help empower you to find ease.

No matter how long you’ve been doing something or have held on to a belief, it is never too late to change it if you want to.

Every single moment is a moment you can choose to make a change, start something new, or end something that no longer serves you.

You can still heal those old wounds.

You can adopt a new mindset.

You can head in a totally new direction.

It’s not, “I am who I am.”

It’s, “I am who I put effort into being.”

It may be the most valuable lesson you can ever teach your kids. With a growth mindset, anything is possible at any time.

Anyone is capable of change. They only need the desire, the belief that it’s possible, and the willingness to do the work.

There is a gift here for them. Several, actually.

You are showing them you aren’t perfect. In doing so, you are showing them they don’t need to be perfect.

You are showing them you are still figuring it all out, so now they know they don’t need to have it all figured out.

You are showing them what it looks like to work for the life you want and teaching them that they can design the life they want.

You are showing them that experiences do not define you; you define you.

You are showing them what it looks like to take control of your life and your happiness.

You are showing them that you are responsible for your life and your happiness.

You are showing them what is possible.

Very little in life is permanent, though fear leads us to believe it is. If you want to change it, you can.

I feel an abundance of love when a mom comes to me and says that she is there to help her child, but she knows she has things she’d like to work on for herself too. I admire her for opening herself up and for her courage. To me, there is no better kind of mother.

So, if you would, please release any guilt, shame, or anxiety over what is passed. Instead, decide right now to live a life you are proud of. Forward is the direction. I have faith in you. I believe in you. I am inspired by you, and they are too.

Until next time...

Sending you love and power,


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