Accepting what is and moving on

It's a very good thing that I wrote my blog yesterday about forgiving ourselves... Yesterday was a big day and I was motoring through, keeping my eye on the clock, because I had a 3 Ways to Move Through Fear webinar. I was frantically preparing a slide deck to go with the webinar and I knew I hadn't given myself enough time to get it done, so I left it to start the webinar.

But no one came.

There were people signed up and while there are always some who prefer to watch the replay — but no one? A few minutes after the start time, I took a look at my email... and there it was. Someone emailing about the course made me realize I'd forgotten to activate the email series that provides the webinar links and reminders. Oy!

I spent a few moments beating myself up, but then a switch went off in my brain: "It's done, Kathy, you can't wish away what happened. Focus on how you're going to fix it."

So, I spent the rest of the afternoon setting everything up, writing email reminders and setting them up to send and created an entirely new webinar to make up for my blunder.

Forgiving myself for my mistake and moving on is one of the lessons I teach in Break Free — accepting what is. I can't change what happened and to dwell on it isn't helping me to move forward. It was an honest mistake created my not having a detailed plan for this launch (something I will remedy, I assure you).

That's another lesson right there, breaking a monumental task into tiny actionable and check-off-able steps. 

Lesson learned. Check. 

Self-forgiveness. Check!

 

New 3 Ways to Move Through Fear webinar!

I believe things happen for a reason... perhaps weekend webinars are the way to go for you. I hope you can join me of Saturday April 29th at 1:00 PM ET. Sign up here:


Enrollment in Break Free is open for a few more days

There are three different levels of interaction with me in Break Free — self-directed, group coaching, and private coaching. When we work together in the coaching options, you work through each module at your pace, in the privacy of your home, then we meet the following week to talk about your aha moments, your struggles, your victories, and what you want to keep working on. It’s a great way to keep you moving!

Break Free Group Coaching and Private Coaching options are open until May 3rd and we begin the week of May 8th.

I'm also offering a one-hour face-to-face meeting with me for Break Free self-directed to give you the opportunity to take a deeper dive into where you’re progressing, where you’re stuck and what you need to keep working on with my help and guidance. Find out more on my course information page:

 

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kathy mercure is a storyhealer, storylistener, and storyteller. Her life’s work is to gently draw stories from her students and help them unblock their writing, find their voice, and heal their lives. Her passion is to support women and men in realizing their true identity as a valued human being, claiming their passions, and speaking their truth as they become their most authentic selves. (Photo by EagleSpirit Soul Shots)


The doors for enrollment in Break Free are open!

There are three different levels of interaction with me in Break Free — self-directed, group coaching, and private coaching. When we work together in the coaching options, you work through each module at your pace, in the privacy of your home, then we meet the following week to talk about your aha moments, your struggles, your victories, and what you want to keep working on. It’s a great way to keep you moving!

Break Free Group Coaching and Private Coaching options are open for a short time and we begin the week of May 8th.

I'm also offering a one-hour face-to-face meeting with me for Break Free self-directed to give you the opportunity to take a deeper dive into where you’re progressing, where you’re stuck and what you need to keep working on with my help and guidance. Find out more on my course information page:


kathy mercure profile

kathy mercure is a storyhealer, storylistener, and storyteller. Her life’s work is to gently draw stories from her students and help them unblock their writing, find their voice, and heal their lives. Her passion is to support women and men in realizing their true identity as a valued human being, claiming their passions, and speaking their truth as they become their most authentic selves. (Photo by EagleSpirit Soul Shots)


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