I get it. I know how it feels to have someone really see you, to see your gifts, to see your potential.
When it happened to me, I'm sure I had the classic "deer in the headlights" look. (Well, maybe I have always had that look.) It was confirmed that I really am a powerful Intuitive and that I am supposed to be doing this very unique work. It was wonderful, emotional, and overwhelming. This was going to change EVERYTHING, I thought. What will people think of me? How am I going to change my career, heck - my identity? How do I do this? And why now?
That was three years ago and I am so deeply glad that listened to the message and I embraced the "new" me. With some fear and some excitement, I sought out training and worked with amazing teachers. I shared my trepidation and my dreams with loved ones so I did not go through the transformation alone. I found new peers, established and embraced a new tribe, and I now know that the timing was perfect. And my true self really was seen that day. And that I love the new life I am now living.
So I get it, the wanting to know "what you want to be when you grow up" and then hesitating to own it, even after knowing what it is. Being the person you have wanted to be all along and stepping into your life's purpose could mean big change. It could mean a new identity. It could mean some things in your life are going to have to end. And that can be scary.
And it can be wonderful. And the best thing you have ever done. And the beginning of a whole new adventure.
I love offering that same clarity to you so that you know "what you want to be when you grow up". I want you to be clear, purposeful, and excited about your life purpose, too.
I support you in that quest, as we are all there, wondering and wandering and hoping until we see a light that defines us, a light that wakes us up and inspires us to live the life we have always wanted to live.