You may not believe it, but I've come to know that it’s a sign of strength to ask for help. For the longest time I believed what I was told: that I should be able pick myself up by the bootstraps and power through it – whatever the “it” is – sound familiar? I've compiled this short list of the many ways you – my clients – support me, and offer these in turn to support you. I want you to fall in love with yourself, and the tasks you set for yourself. You are making a new relationship to things, and this is my commitment statement to you:
- You have many talents, some not yet realized. I am here to help you clear space for realizing more of your talents.
- You feel safe with me and know I won’t judge you. Nothing is a surprise to me.
- You have been through your share of difficulties and have survived. Now it is time to fully thrive.
- You have a sense of humor about your predicament. I will laugh alongside with you.
- You are seriously ready for change in your life, and willing to put the effort in that is required. I support you in your effort and will help you take action.
- You have an appreciation of beauty, starting with your own inner and outer strengths. You can access these more fully when you clear out the clutter.
- The things you love, you cherish. I will never ask you to give up what you love.
- You know what it means to take care of yourself. I can help you do that in this area of your life.
- You love a good pair of shoes. Me too.
- You feel a sense of urgency about your organizing project. I value your time.
- You are eager to start and complete this process called organizing, because it will allow you to focus on your dreams.
- You believe in your dreams. I want you to realize your dreams.
- You are excited by imaging how much better your life will feel when things are in order. It brings me joy.
- You realize organizing is a process. No need to rush.
- Because you want to be happy at Home. Now. You love yourself and your life.
Asking for Sunflower help . . .