The funny thing I discovered about growth is that there is no room for anything else.
Anxiety…I just can’t focus on that in this place, all I can do is keep moving.
In this place, I don’t have the mental capacity to over-think. If you're in my path, well all I can say is, OK, I am coming through because that’s what I do now.
I’m not focused on the bystanders anymore; my vulnerability is just a natural condition of where I need to be.
The cracks started to appear in my "acorn" about a month ago – 12 months of exploring an enormous amount of territory to see what was out there my naivety shining like a beacon for the whole world to see.
I was thinking too small; I was trying to fit in, asking for permission to add value to redundant processes, systems and ways of thinking.
I let it go. Along the way, I discovered some new ways to care for myself that cannot be taken away from me because I created them; they turned out to be critical pieces of this success puzzle.
I thought I had all the answers two weeks ago, but no it was bigger – it all makes sense now. Everything I am, everywhere I’ve been, my struggles, all that I’ve learned in a lifetime, even parts of my character that may upset others are necessary. I’ve been trying to create this my whole life – I wasn’t ready.
That’s how the acorn theory works, there is no time frame, it comes when the seeker is ready.