We’ve been talking about perfectionism in the Organize Your Life Club on Facebook. While I’ve been reflecting back on when perfectionism used to rule my life, and how that’s changed over the past few years. Realizing that there were
I don’t typically spend a lot of time focusing on progress I’ve made, because my Ruler archetype just doesn’t need that kind of affirmation on a regular basis. I’m very driven, and looking forward is my default mode. So, when I took the time to look back and realized how far I’d come when dealing with perfectionism and the patterns that led me to where I am today, I had to laugh a little bit.
As a high school student when people asked me what I wanted to do with my life, I was convinced I wanted to be a history teacher. Even at a young age, I believed the George Santayana quote, “Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it. Those who do not remember their past are condemned to repeat their mistakes.” What makes me laugh looking at that now is that I do not love spending time with large groups of kids, even though spending time with my kids is a blast. I can’t imagine being more miserable than trying being a teacher.
But, as a coach I spend a lot of time looking at others’ past and at factors like their Sacred Money Archetypes because I want to help them grow from their old shit to create better lives for themselves. The career path is nothing like that of a history teacher, but the heart of my motivation is the same. I can also see the same pattern in other areas.
How this applies to you
In most of my clients’ lives, there are patterns of things they’ve been interested in and drawn to that make up their “magic, their zone of genius, their specialty… whatever it is that you cant to call it. It points to their
If you’re feeling stuck with your life and don’t know what your calling is, I highly encourage you to start with the Sacred Money Archetypes quiz, then move into my free course Meet Your Archetypes in the Organize Your Life Club member’s area, which will reveal some of your inherent strengths and challenges you’ve probably had all your life.
Once you know where you are designed to thrive, you have way more information to decide how you can use your areas of lifelong interest to create a life you not only love, but feel immensely satisfied by.