How would it feel to strive not for perfection, but IMPERFECTION?
What if being as imperfect as possible was the very key to unlocking our greatest, badassest selves?
What becomes possible when we allow ourselves to show up as the most imperfect versions of ourselves?
✨Because showing up imperfectly is more important than not showing up at all
✨ Because doing it imperfectly is more important than not doing it at all
✨ Because embracing our imperfections allows us to heal…lowers the expectations on ourselves just enough so we can do the inner work needed to move from the pain and into possibility.
And when the world is full of people believing in imperfect possibility? Just imagine what can happen.
No pressure though, lol.
We are enough just as we are.
We matter and are as worthy as the person next to us.
Us, in all our glorious flows and imperfections, have just as much value as our dearest loved ones.
So stop striving for it. Allow it to be messy and imperfect.
Revel in the imperfectness because it means you showed up and the world needs more people who show up.
What magic are you going to bring into the world because you showed up knowing that your inherent worth and value are tied to your imperfections?
What happens when you bring massive self-acceptance to the table?
You put in the effort in everything else you do from parenting to spousing to employeeing to leading to friending to everything in-between.
Put the effort in here, to acknowledge and embrace ALL your imperfections and just see how much higher you hold your head up; feel the confidence in your swagger.
Because you are showing up. Perfection be damned.
And you, magical creature, are glorious 💃🏼.
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