My father’s death anniversary was this week. I woke up feeling that the veils were very thin, and noticing that I had a full schedule, and hadn’t created the space to be available to what wanted to move with me – emotionally, energetically, and ancestrally.
I wasn’t in the throes of grief, but I wanted to be available for whatever needed to come my way…
So I did a thing that many wouldn’t dare to do, or would consider worthy of judgment: I rescheduled all my calls for the day.
The next day, I picked up a microphone to talk more about this…
Why I think more of us should do it when possible.
Why I think it’s a culture-shifting move.
Why it’s loving to everyone.
In this episode, I share:
- How I manage my own “productivity dysmorphia”, so I don’t constantly set myself up to feel like a failure
- The cultural imperative to be honest with ourselves and others about our capacity, and the leadership edge of expanding tolerance to be judged and disliked in the process
- Conscientiously creating space for grief and sadness
- The actual agreements I make with clients now, that allow us all to be more human
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Resources + links mentioned:
- My meditation to connect with your Wise Future Self: NishaMoodley.com/join
- Sign up for my free workshop: LEAD – Embrace Your Fullest Self + Offer Your Deepest Gifts nishamoodley.com/lead/
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