…on that is seen in society as being the most cliché reason for divorce… Irreconcilable differences. What irreconcilable differences really means on an energetic level, is that the relationship has inspired both partners towards new desires… desires which are not mutually shared. You cannot fight the current that is carrying you towards your own expansion. And so, when two people (who are in a relationship) desire new things in a partner, either both need to evolve to become the manifestation of those new desires, or they need to allow those desires to manifest through new partners.
…e either get a divorce or we end up so out of alignment that we find some other way to “check out”. Even though the intention to be together for a lifetime is a beautiful intention and even though it is more than possible to line up with someone who you can be married to and happy with all the days of your life, the marriage vows should be re written to say, “till our individual alignment do us part”.
…r use of tech can help you to eliminate the outrage, and bump up your self-esteem at the same time. As entrepreneurs, we have a lot of emotion vested in our businesses, and if things aren’t going well, it’s easy to take it personally. When we are not meeting our goals, when our business is floundering, looking for its legs, we can easily get depressed.
Adversity, intense competition, political games at your board and even treason are more common in business and they can trigger fear and make you doubt. These are the hardest things to spot because they attack directly what’s below the fear, your self-esteem and makes you question your self-worth. Low self-esteem is probably the main reason when fear kicks in during those moments and situations.
Do not postpone to tomorrow what can be done today. When taken by fear, we often push today decisions for later, which is probably the worst thing that you can do. Think of it another way: the sooner this is done, the sooner it will be behind me and I won’t have to think about it anymore. (Also good advice for the procrastinators out there)
Ask yourself: “Who would I like to be in the future or what would I want to be perceived or known for?” This question takes you back to your core values and ethics and can help you face the fear of failure in important and critical moments.
For women, it is my hope that those reading this will be open to considering whether or not feminism is truly serving their best interests and the greater good, whether compelling women to live like men is productive or damaging, whether creating a culture of victimhood is empowering or just a way to excuse personal responsibility and accountability (which I think actually build confidence in one’s abilities). When everyone is a victim, who will pick up the tab?