How To Discover The Message You're Meant To Share With The World
You have a message. Yes, I'm talking to you.
Maybe you know what your message is, or maybe you don't. Either way, you have one. And sharing it with the world will make you feel incredibly fulfilled from the inside out.
Expressing your message doesn't have to be a big production. Messages can be loud, but they can also be quiet. They can be discrete, and they can be bold. The importance of a message doesn't rest on how it's expressed; the importance comes from how deeply it resonates for you, and how it impacts the world.
Deep down, we're all called to be of service. What this means is that most of us are consciously aware of a desire to help others. Even more than that, most of us recognize that this desire is actually our purpose in the world.
It's a beautiful thing to feel drawn to help other people. Once you realize this, the next question becomes, how do I do it?
Luckily the answer isn't far away. Your message — or the way you can be of most service in the world — is to help people with the very thing that you've struggled with the most.
Don't be fooled by the idea that you don't have anything to offer because you're still in midst of your struggles. This belief is far from true.
You don't have to have all the answers to offer your message to the world. In fact, it's better if you don't (that would make you perfect, and that's not that interesting).
Yes, you can be right in the thick of it and still be of great service through your vulnerability, your humanity, your empathy, your humility, and your desire to connect with people who are going through a similar thing.
I often joke with my clients by saying, "Do you think I became a love coach because relationships have been easy for me?" Of course not! I became a love coach because, quite honestly, it feels as if I had no other choice.
My struggles in relationships have been the catalysts for me to understand them. If my experience in love had always been smooth, I'd definitely be talking about something else. The struggle is actually the gift.
So what's your gift?
What have you struggled through?
How are you determined to change?
What are you currently working on?
And how can you help others who are on a similar path?
It's true that we're all in this together. We're here to help each other live happier, fuller lives; to shine our lights on the path that we all walk.
You are here to help another person. Your message is a gift to them. Listen closely to yourself to find out what that message is. And then, in whatever way feels most aligned for you, fearlessly share your message with the world. We look forward to hearing what you have to say.
Please leave a comment below telling us what your message is. Thank you.