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Executive RElease Coaching

I’m addicted to being busy. Somewhere along the way I convinced myself that the most important and fulfilled people in this world were constantly on the go - Paris one day, New York the next. It was simple to me..if I could just be ’needed’ in LA tomorrow or Tokyo next week then I’d surely find nirvana. Right? .
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Even typing this now feels kinda silly to admit. But on a deeper level, it was more than just success I was after. Moving so fast means numbing myself. I a pro at avoiding my real thoughts and emotions and instead stuffing my stuff deep down and showing up ready to mingle.
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At 10000 miles an hour it’s easy for me to justify my patterns - bad food, little sleep, bad attitude - and it’s certainly more satisfying than actually facing my sh*t. In the same way it's satisfying to eat a ton of chocolate cake. It’s fun right then but you’ll definitely feel sick later. .
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It got to a point where my tolerance for ‘doing all the things’ went up and the rush I got from doing them went down. I’ve never been an alcoholic but I imagine it’s a similar feeling. No matter how many commitments I took on, it was never enough and I was never enough.
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Most days I feel like a sprinter at the starting blocks, waiting to pounce into action. All I want is to sprint right on to the next thing. And at the same time know that 10000% won’t stop the cycle of it all. It’s SO frustrating. .
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So, what am I doing about all this stuff? The short answer is nothing. Literally nothing - by that I mean getting still and letting things just be as they are. And as someone addicted to that high of ‘running' it's H A R D to just be still. Some days I freak out just to fill up space. Some days it's less intense. But mostly I'm realizing (with a fair amount of resistance I’ll add) that the purpose of the pause is to process, release and make space for what’s next. It doesn’t make it any easier, but at least I’m starting to understand. .
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So maybe you’re with me on this & feel it too..or maybe not and something else is on your mind. Either way, I see you, I got you and I hope this serves as a daily reminder that you’re not alone.
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