Blueprint Process Tammi Brannan
You Are NOT a Blank Slate
It's almost 2023, and you're probably thinking about your goals and your vision for the year ahead. You may even think you're going to wipe your slate clean and become a new or better you.
I'm here to tell you that you're NOT a blank slate! And you don't have to purge your life to build something you love!
You see, many people think we're born into this world as a blank slate. And over the years our experiences and relationships just pile up and turn us into the people we will become. And at any time, reinvention is possible if we just wipe the slate clean again.
I firmly believe that we are actually born with EVERYTHING we need in order to fulfill the Purpose God intended us for. The trick is that you have to uncover it over the years: your skills, passions, values, and more. You'll get feedback from other people and make mistakes, but eventually, you'll uncover who you are and what you're meant to do.
Does that mean you can never reinvent yourself? NO. It simply means that you don't have to clear the slate in order to find that reinvention. (Nor do I really believe that you CAN do that.) Instead, all you have to do is take a leap of faith and follow your Blueprint, and you'll be able to pivot your life with confidence whenever you want. Your Blueprint can inform all these decisions, and help you determine new and exciting ways to use your gifts and fulfill your Purpose.
There's immense power in recognizing that you are perfect and wonderful just the way you are. You don't have to be someone else to live a life you love. You just have to know enough about yourself and your Blueprint in order to make choices that feel good to you. And then you can do anything--the sky is truly the limit.
Your Blueprint isn't something to tie you down to one path in life. It's the thing that will free you to walk any path you wish, in a way that makes it sustainable for YOU.
If you want to learn more about the Blueprint Process, I encourage you to look at the list of Blueprint Practitioners and see if there's someone who speaks to you. Then, consider having a "right-fit visit" to see if that's someone you'd like to work with.