In the preface of my book, Giving Up Giving Up: The Memoir of a Quitter, I share the analogy of peeling back the layers of onion to get to the core of yourself. I explain that the more layers that you peel back, the more you discover the truest version of yourself. As you peel, you become more of who you are. Doing that layer peeling work reveals who you are and you begin to own this new version of yourself.
In today's #fridayfillup episode, John Canida shares how he shed layers of his past in order to continually become the fullest version of himself!
My heart is exploding to share today's conversation with you! This felt like what a musician would call a 'jam session!" We are taking a deep dive into the ontological coaching work that there is to do to break up the chains of our past and predictable future in order to create life powerfully! I have a full on conversation with @Canidajohn, creator of 12moresteps.com, to empower you past the life you've lived in order to create the life you love!
He shares stories of overcoming limiting beliefs and limiting ways that certainly hit home for all of us! There is some vulnerable insight about what freedom creating forgiveness looks like! It is one of my favorite conversations to discuss the transformational work that we do in ontological programs such as Landmark, Accomplishment Coaching, and more! This is one hell of a conversation to move you past what you're struggling to hold on to and grab onto your greatest life, fullest expression, and greatest potential!
Join us in today's Friday Fill Up for conversation about what's possible when you learn to love, live, and forgive!
Written by Abigail Gazda
Liver of life and lover of love, Abigail has transformed her passion for education into a full-time career as a life coach and public speaker. Author of Giving Up Giving Up: The Memoir of a Quitter, the transformative work she does invites people to live with intentionality and power.