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  • Writer's pictureSusan Ordway

Find the Authentic Answers You're Looking for by Looking Inward

Does this sound familiar?

You’ve been hitting all of life’s milestones so far: exceeding in training, climbing through the ranks of your career, caring for your family, and doing good work for your community.

You’re proud of what you’ve done and who you’ve become. But there’s something more that feels just out of reach.

You’re aiming for the next level of your life goals -- a new job, a new business, a passion project -- and have so many competing priorities, the path to get there can be obscured.

You’re shouldering all the expectations you’re carrying from work, family, and the world around you, and they can create more questions than answers.

Uncertainty creeps in around the edges, dragging doubt with them, and you’re feeling blocked.

* Is now the time?

* Do I have the experience I need?

* Should I wait until next year?

There are so many questions and certainly no shortage of experts to tell you what to do. Who is the expert you should really listen to? Yourself.

Your authentic self carries the answers that you access by listening closely to what your core values are trying to tell you.

Incorporating your values into your daily framework allows you to create decisions that line up with your True North.

A client recently said that she now understands “the difference between what I actually value and what I'm told to value by family, friends, and society.”

When on your authentic path, your confidence rises, the doubts recede and your progress creates energy for you to keep moving.

* You’ll feel the energy in your body when you’re in alignment.

* You’ll more easily discard bad choices.

* You’ll define your next steps with greater clarity.

Your values are the trusted allies that have been with you, operating in the background. Bring them front and center. Allow your values to block and tackle what’s not important in your day-to-day so you can stay on the path toward your goals.

What is your True North?

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