Oh, my Gorgeous, I congratulated the woman who shared this with me.
I couldn’t stop, and she was surprised by my reaction. Me, on the other side, I was overjoyed that she refused this new diktat.
And you may wonder why, I want to let you in on a little secret: this phrase, I don’t like it as well. It’s like you’re saying to the whole world, “I’m an imposter right, left and centre, and this is the way it is.”
There’s nothing wrong with that, but Gorgeous, what you feel does not define you. It’s a temporary state, a state that evolves when you decide to change your perspective around it and make peace with your identity crisis.
What I love about her response, it’s her honesty. Despite feeling the discomfort of facing her fear of visibility, she refused to be a fake persona, play a role, being a shadow of who she is.
This is brave and a sign that she already has the stamina to overcome her deepest fears because being true to herself is fundamental for her.
And Gorgeous, let’s not forget, no one asked us to be an actress to be visible. This is a pressure that you may feel but you’re the one who can turn the tables, flip the switch and set your terms of the WAY you want to be VISIBLE. You may not control people’s judgement, but you can control the WAY they’ll PERCEIVE you.
When you learn this skill, you’re the Queen of your Universe, and this is what I teach to my clients. So, if you don’t want to fake it to make it, book a visibility charisma session and let’s talk.
It’s time for you to shine unapologetically.