Most people think of “power” as a man’s word in a corporate world.
On the one hand, I get it. After all, think of…
Power suits (by the way they are back).
If you came of age in the 80s and 90s, you probably don’t have a warm and fuzzy association with these phrases.
I love the word “power”. So much so that I’ve built my life and business around it.
I don’t think of power as something to be wielded over someone else or something we can put on like a blazer, but as something we OWN, SUMMON and HARNESS from deep inside, in order to do and be all that we are here to be.
I teach my clients to own their power—and when they do, that’s when the magic happens in their lives and businesses.
The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines power as: “the ability to act or produce an effect; the source or means of supplying energy; or the time rate at which work is done or energy emitted or transferred.”
See, it’s all about ACTION and ENERGY!
I define it like this: True Power is when you align your purpose and your life’s work with your actions, intention and physical space. You own what you are here to do. You clear everything out of the way so you can be your most potent self—no longer watered down, cluttered or distracted.
And why is this so important?
Well, your power fuels your inner light. It’s like the generator for what makes you YOU and different from everyone else. Power allows you to shine that inner light out into the world.
When you’re no longer spending any more precious energy on distractions, habits or addictions—and no longer saying, doing or being what you think others want you to say, do or be.
Owning your power is the doorway to freedom.
This is what I spend most of my time talking about. What can I do to own more of my power so I can do what the world is calling me to do? And how do I share this with my clients and others?
I wanted to bring these conversations to a bigger audience, so I started a new Facebook Group called THE POWER TRIBE.
Every week, I’ll be sharing content and holding space for you to grow and own your power in new ways!
Bottom line: The world needs all of us to stop being pulled in a million directions—and to do that thing we are here to do. The world needs each of us to own our power.
I hope you’ll join in.
All My Best,