Your Hidden Wounds
This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from Roger.
In some of your recent teachings you talk about uncovering what your areas of resistance are. I’ve been taking a close look at myself, and I notice that I resist being silly and vulnerable. I very much want to be a speaker, and I can see how this resistance is affecting my ability to really step into that. Any advice on how to break through this?
Hi Roger and thanks for your question!
What’s so bad about being silly?
I’m asking you to answer for yourself, because hidden in the answer to that question is the wound you’re trying to protect.
Let me explain.
When you speak from stage, or in any instance where you’re influencing people, you must come from a place of authenticity.
This means allowing yourself to be vulnerable with your audience. Allow them to really see you, because in you showing them that vulnerability is okay, you give them permission to be vulnerable as well.
You make an immediate connection with a prospect and they know you can help them because you were able to do something that they are afraid of.
Are you afraid to be seen as silly because you worry about judgment? Are you concerned about what people think of you?
If so, you’re coming from a place of getting approval and acceptance rather than a place of helping someone else.
My recommendation is for you to begin embracing your silliness. Look at where you can share personal stories and
allow yourself to be more vulnerable.
Once you start doing this you’ll realize the impact it has on people, and you will gradually stop being afraid of the judgment.
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Thank you David.
You got it Frank!