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You Don’t Have to Know How. . .

The day after the inauguration, women from all over the country journeyed together to take a stand for respect and human rights for all. In my small hometown, many dozens of women were up before the sun to board two buses headed to Washington D.C.

One bus was about two hours late arriving to pick up the expectant women (and children, and a few men). Fast forward about an hour and you’d see the same bus broken down on the side of the rushing highway.

Enter our everyday heroes.

Some of the women on that bus dug deep and connected with their determination to get to D.C. and be a part of something they passionately believed in. Despite heavy emotions, very real obstacles, fear, and despite not knowing how, they were going to get to D.C!
The day after the inauguration, women from all over the country journeyed together to take a stand for respect and human rights for all. In my small hometown, many dozens of women were up before the sun to board two buses headed to Washington D.C.

One bus was about two hours late arriving to pick up the expectant women (and children, and a few men). Frustration and disappointment at the possibility of missing the D.C.  rally came and went like a spring rainshower. The important part was that the women were on the bus and headed towards our nation’s capital to join the collective voice of loving hope and fierce commitment.

Fast forward about an hour and you’d see the same bus broken down on the side of the rushing highway. On the bus the rainshower returned as a storm of confusion, a few tears, some anger, and lots of overwhelm.  Some people called Uber and made their way home.  Rumors spread about stopped traffic and accidents ahead and no way to get home, and all the while the minutes ticked by on the bus and in D.C. where the rally was ending as the march began.

Enter our everyday heroes: Some of the women on that bus dug deep and connected with their determination to get to D.C. and be a part of something they passionately believed in. Despite heavy emotions, very real obstacles, fear, and despite not knowing how, they were going to get to D.C!

It starts with heart, wide open, wanting, feeling, believing. We all have the capacity to be everyday heroes; our power, grit, and courage is sourced in our heart’s greatest desires and truths.  For the women on that bus, the fire of passionate beliefs ignited the magic of human ingenuity and collaborative leadership. Uber, Enterprise, and metro rides later, they arrived in D.C. They figured it out. They didn’t have to know how, they just knew what their heart wanted most of all.

Do you have a big dream in your heart, yet feel like your bus has broken down and you’re stranded on the side of your life?  If you want more impact and joy in your life, but have been hesitant to get in action because you feel overwhelmed, or the obstacles are too great, or any other version of “I don’t know how to make it happen”, then I invite you to have an exploration session with me. Together we will take an elevated and inspired look at what your best life might look like and how you might access your infinite ingenuity, get in action, and practice trust.  This is a 100% free, confidential, and without obligation time in service of you and your greatest potential. Click here to schedule your exploration session.