The more I’ve looked into, talked with others, and studied myself, the more I see I am most likely a crossbreed of other neuro-divergencies as well (especially autism and adhd)
I feel all these are labels created from an old system of thinking, based on looking at what ‘doesn’t work’, in relationship to a system that seeks and finds more problems to solve.
… and I notice that none of it matters if I don’t think about how I operate as a problem or read into how I’m feeling, because I’m productive, creative, loving, connected and courageous in that space, not the ‘wondering what others think of me’ space !!
What if we created new labels for these divergences based on what works well and from the collaborative/co-operative way of looking at thinking, learning, and interaction as humans?
I wrote something for you:
‘Sometimes it feels as though you’re only as amazing as you feel you are.
But I know this is not true.
You are just simply amazing.
We all learn in our own way.
You can make happen whatever you believe is possible, regardless of how you feel, through a designed vision of your ideal world and taking committed actions accordingly.
You capture whatever you throw out into the world, in line with whatever you’re believing at the time.
It’s your choice what to believe.
And the best choices come from relaxation, intuition and true intentions of that designed vision.
It doesn’t take much time, when you’re in that space.
All the rest is simply better habits from repeating the process.
Let me know if you want to chat about designing your true vision and need any help with repeating the process.
In the meantime, keep going!’
Feel free to check my story, in another blog post below ✨️ 😊
Yet, I feel it’s also up to the individual to learn, realise and implement their own brand of bold, and no-one else’s, which suits their particular current life situation.
This is because there’s a facade in the human mind that makes things appear to be more difficult than they really are, so ‘being bold’ can offen be put on a pedestal, causing the stress and overwhelm of not being bold enough, or comparing to someone else’s level of boldness.
I’d say being ‘bold’ can also be a most simple, easy, and most light action, and is a greatly effective committed action, when in line with the best vision and intention.
… and it could be said that action without a clarified best intention is a type of boldness that’s overly watered down or has a confused focus and direction.
Boldness in those circumstances, therefore takes excessive effort, and is exhausting in the longer term, either for the individual and/or those on the receiving end of the boldness.
I’m here to help young adults access the strength and confidence to speak their truth, especially if feeling stuck, unsupported and wanting to express themselves fully right now!
Just message me and we can chat about the opportunities and possibilities within you, or someone you know, as a wonderful creative neurodiverse being
Welcome to Connection Club, guided emergent discussions around mental fitness, emotional adaptability, heart-fuelled leadership, and being amazing in this world today!
A weekly place to explore at 19.30 uk time every Wednesday.
Launching on April 26th with a monthly inspirational guest speaker (last Wednesday of each month), covering many personal, professional, and purpose-led human evolutionary topics from various standpoints and methodologies.
You are invited as a conscious, heart-led creative being, and it’s FREE to jump in for your 1st month, to enjoy this progressive space of powerful visionary intention and motivation for direct unbridled action.
My previous lack of self-assurance kept me inside myself and afraid to speak out for so long.
Discovering how to access my unique learning ability and being coached in connecting to my true self made all the difference!
I help neurodiverse young adults express themselves in the way they dream of, without the fear of speaking up and overloading themselves, so they are able to become self-sufficient and maintain fulfilling relationships.
If you know someone who is struggling with anything like this, please connect us.
The world needs amazingly intelligent and sensitive people to step up, contribute and make it a better place 🙂
I’m also very excited to announce I’m going to launch a weekly connection club called ‘The Sensational Self Alliance’ or perhaps just simply ‘Connection Club’ 😅
Which name do you prefer and would you like to come?
It would focus on guided emergent discussions around mental fitness, emotional adaptability, heart-fuelled leadership, and being freaking amazing in this world today.
It will also have a monthly inspirational guest speaker, covering many personal, professional, and purpose-led evolutionary topics from various standpoints and methodologies.
If you are a conscious, heart-led creative being, I would offer you all the first month for free to jump in and enjoy this progressive space of powerful visionary intention and motivation for direct unbridled action.
If you want to join us, say ‘Aye Aye’ below 👇🏼😀
… and let me know which title you prefer (varying suggestions on the theme are welcomed!)
… and let me know what evenings would work for you best in general
A transactional leader = ‘my people’ deserve and serve me, love and trust is earned, I judge old patterns of behaviour, I react to opinions and feedback unconsciously.
A transformational leader = I deserve and serve all people, love and trust are conscious choices at any given moment, I honour and let go of old patterns of behaviour, I invite and choose to respond to opinions and feedback consciously.
… a work in progress no less for humanity! ✨️
Talk to me if you want to know more about leadership training!
Rory (Osteopath and emotional adaptability and fitness coach) discovered he was dyslexic in the first year of full-time osteopathic masters studies at 33 years old, which helped him realize why he had not been able to communicate or express his true self throughout his earlier years.
The consequence of this previous lack of awareness had wide-ranging detrimental effects on his ability to progress both personally and professionally.
Fortunately, Rory had a number of opportunities over these difficult times to heal mentally, physically, and emotionally, through the power of natural holistic therapies.
Since his degree, Rory’s mission has been to uncover what might be missing from the application of general healthcare, especially where chronic health conditions are concerned.
He went on to develop a specialist understanding around the immune system and lymphatic health, as well as hands-free ways for people to move towards a bigger, functional longer-term health vision, such as via specialist types of coaching.
Rory specialises in helping sensitised young adults (especially with dyslexia and/or ADHD) realise their true potential, to be themselves, and gain the recognition they deserve in 12 weeks or less.