It’s a new year, but the world doesn’t need a new you

You see, you’re already pretty great.

First of all, you are a beloved child of God, made in the divine image. That means you glimmer with God’s imagination and care. Wow.

Second, you are tenacious. After all, you’ve had bad days and Really Bad Days in among the good. And the world sometimes feels like it’s crumbling around us. Yet here you are, keeping on keeping on. Great work!

Third, you do really valuable ministry.  I feel confident saying that you are not just smart but also wise. That you are resourceful and innovative. That you are compassionate. Otherwise, you wouldn’t have the role and the responsibilities that you tend so faithfully. I’m grateful for who you are and what you do.

So the world doesn’t need you to become a whole new you in 2020, despite what the weight loss commercials might tell you. The world does need you to become the best you, though, because you have unique ways of seeing and being in and moving through all that is wonderful and terrible. And we need this particularity from you, from each other.

Coaching can help you embrace this best self. In this new year, I’d love to help you discover:

  • what your hard-won and God-given aspects of greatness look like,
  • how to channel that greatness for more impact,
  • how to remove obstacles to that greatness, and
  • how to share (and enlist others to share) the good news of that greatness with others.

Are you ready to explore the fullness of who you are and what you can do in 2020? If so, let’s talk. Click here to schedule a free discovery call.

Photo by Jude Beck on Unsplash.

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