What if I told you that all the BEST things in life actually don’t feel like a hell yes?
In fact, you’re supposed to feel all the feels. That’s right, anxiety, confusion, fear, and doubt… just to name a few.
And when we lean on having every decision NEEDING to feel like a hell yes, we often miss out on the opportunity to reach our goals faster, and most importantly, we miss out on meeting the future version of ourselves much sooner than we’d rather like.
If you’ve been wondering why you haven’t reached that one goal yet, or you’re starting to ask yourself, “What am I missing?”, then this episode is for you.
Listen to this episode as we rethink hell yes in every area of our life.
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(0.35): Getting reacquainted with my nuclear family during the holidays.
(2:44): Revisiting the popular phrase, “If it isn’t a hell yes, it’s a no” because of how it can be used in a way that actually minimizes someone’s potential and leans into their FEAR instead of licensing your DESIRES.
(4:44): Most people say no to the thing that truly matters all because it didn’t FEEL good.
(5:58): Why the greatest things in our lives will require us to step up into the future version of ourselves by doing uncomfortable things.
(7:45): Silence and confusion as two instinctive human responses when presented with an aligned invite.
(8:54): The difference between the invites that should be a no and the invites that should be a yes.
(12:00): Why we associate negative outcomes to what we naturally don’t want to feel BECAUSE we think certain emotions are bad for us.
(13:42): Example of a client working through an aligned invite.