This post is from Blueprint Practitioner, Julie Ann Hepburn.
If you woke up in the morning believing that everything about yourself is ultimately good, what would that change for you? How would your habits and actions shift? Would you, perhaps, feel more confident about the steps that you take, and the interactions you have?
I want you to know that when you learn your Blueprint, you realize that everything about you IS good. It's good for you, and it's good for the community you're meant to serve whether you know it or not. You just need the knowledge to apply yourself in a way that doesn't have you tying yourself in knots.
Many people's biggest barrier to this is the imposter syndrome. They feel as though they don't deserve what they have, or that they're not good enough to be where they are. Yet when you know yourself deeply and can believe in your strengths with conviction, you have what you need to battle that imposter.
If you'd like some help combating this imposter, let's talk.