"I don't know why these people keep coming to me!"
I said this to a friend last week and her response, "Well, that's who you've been asking for." And she's totally right. I have been talking about different people that I feel like I just can't help. People who aren't into natural things. People who don't believe in personal development. People who don't have the time, money, or space to invest in themselves, when I know that investment would be the best thing for them.
And who keeps knocking at my door? The mom who can't make ends meet. The friend who can't keep up on the simple daily habits. The grocery store clerk whose health keeps failing her but she takes a smoke break every 20 minutes.
Now, to some of you, this may sound like me getting into other people's business and being a bit judgey. You're right, I do that sometimes and I am getting better and better about not judging a person's life because it's not mine. The people I keep pushing against, are actually the people I need the most in my life and in my business. Here's why.
That mom who can't make ends meet would be a rockstar business partner.
That friend who can't keep up on the simple things would be a phenomenal accountability partner.
That clerk who can't stay healthy would benefit the most from natural wellness.
For me to keep putting out to the universe that these "are not my people" is a COMPLETE LIE. These are my people. These are the people desiring change the most but not knowing where to start. These are the people with good hearts and good souls that can put their ripple of positivity and success out into the world to touch others.
These are my people. I will not shut the door on them any longer. I won't keep pushing against the doors that open because of society's labels. These people aren't lazy, worthless, or failing. They just need someone to help them see a different way of doing things and that's what I do. I help people find a different path that fills them with joy, health, wealth, and worth.
What are you pushing away at? What door keeps trying to open in your life and you keep slamming it shut? What if, just for a moment, you let that door swing open so you could see what was behind it?