I shed my skin much more easily now—old selves and ways of being. But that doesn’t make it any less uncomfortable. I still feel naked, exposed, and vulnerable, no matter how many times I’ve done it before. I still feel unsteady in myself and my footing.
This evolution is bigger than any other.
It feels less like shedding my skin and more like laying an entire person to rest. A person who carried me through seven long, challenging years full of so much loss and trauma. A person who had every reason to give up but somehow managed to put one foot in front of another, as many times as it took to claw her way out of the darkness.
Many people don’t like the term quantum leap because it’s trendy.
But quantum leaps aren’t only about massive increases in income like most business coaches want to sell you.
They’re about those tiny shifts in perception, beliefs, and ways of being that completely alter our circumstances in an instant or accelerate our momentum out of nowhere.
I had a quantum leap this spring.
A series of small shifts that transformed my reality, seemingly overnight. I was at one space, level, and experience in one moment and an entirely different, more elevated one in the next. And yes, money, clients, and opportunities also followed.
I’m on the verge of another leap right now. Laying to bed a whole version of self and stepping into next-level ways of being. Next-level living and business and relationships.
My entire world is about to open up.
I know it in my bones but also from experience.
Every massive, rapid transformation in my life has come immediately after these kinds of internal shifts, and I’m so excited for this one to lock into place. I’m still shedding the last bits of old skin and laying that old self to rest.
Things can transform rapidly.
But you have to believe in that possibility.
Because if you don’t, you’ll continue to block it by operating from your core winning strategies that inherently reinforce the faulty belief that some things are possible and others are not, keeping your big visions and desires perpetually out of reach.
What do you have to lose by focusing on those subtle shifts that make space for quantum leaps to occur?
But you have so much more to gain.