Posts Tagged ‘Relationships’

Permission Has Been Granted

Posted on Feb 7, 2011 | by Brenda Stanton

“When you take charge of your life, there is no longer need to ask permission of other people or society at large. When you ask permission, you give someone veto power over your life.”
~ Albert F. Geoffrey

This past weekend I had a ‘mini-retreat’ gathering with a group of female entrepreneurs who have attended my Annual Creative Living Retreat. I brought them together to spend catch-up on all that they’ve accomplished since the Annual Retreat – and what they’re hoping to accomplish in 2011 and beyond.

And, as it always does, when you bring a group of brilliant, creative, ambitious women together, loads of insight is received and new levels of growth are inevitable. Part of that growth also includes the realization that ‘permission has been granted’ already for them – and for you – to be who you really are in your work, your life and your relationships.

The thing to know that is so fundamentally important to the Claim Your Worth!® principles and process is: realizing the subconscious blocks that are preventing you from being who you really are and living the life you were designed to live. After all, you were given life, isn’t the point to live it?


Your Sense of Self Worth

Posted on Jan 17, 2011 | by Brenda Stanton

“Self-worth comes from one thing – thinking that you are worthy.”
~ Wayne Dyer

There is something that I would augment to Wayne Dyer’s statement above and that is –“Self-Worth comes from two things: knowing and believing that you’re worthy” – because we can try to convince ourselves all day long that we’re worthy, but if you don’t feel it in your gut and your heart, it’s really difficult to convince yourself of it.

So, what’s the secret, the magic pill to experiencing what Claim Your Worth!® really means and what it really feels like?

Well, the first step to the process is exactly what’s mentioned above which is raising your awareness of your worth so you can know and believe that you’re worthy. But the question remains for most, how much are you really worthy of? How much self-worth are you supposed to have?