Does anyone else out there have an interesting relationship with decisions? I mentioned a few months ago that I was in a place of transition with my life and was going to shut the doors on Luscious Metals and moving into coaching full time. And that seemed like the logical thing to do a few months ago when I wrote that post. In fact, I spent the better part of the fall and holiday season, preparing for and talking about doing just that. I was ready to close the business and start coaching and teaching classes full time. Done deal.
A little disclaimer-- I make slow decisions. It's not because I'm waiting for something better to come along, or that I put my head in the sand and avoid. It's more like... I can't decide because I just don't know. I have to weigh the options and wait for the answers to appear and sometimes it takes a really long time. I thought the answer had appeared (although on deeper inspection of that statement, no I didn't. I forced an answer because I thought it was the thing to do). "Make a decision and stick with it!" (Who did I learn that from?) Fast forward into February and that
super concrete, absolute, precarious decision has changed a bit. The truth is, so did the information I was using to make the decision in the first place. Am I making sense here? Welcome to my world. I always used to think I was a flake but it turns out, I'm just fluid.
So here we are, a whole month into this brand new year and I've been fluidly coaching classes AND running Luscious Metals and it's actually working out nicely. I've had a slew of the most amazing custom orders come across my bench and I've been loving creating again (as opposed to just doing production on existing designs.)
I'm launching another series of The Secret to Achieving Your Goals class. This 12 week course is so phenomenal by the way- I am so honored to be teaching this class. I'm watching women grow by leaps and bounds as they learn about themselves right before my very eyes, and that is exactly why I'm coaching.
So life is good and while there are still some major changes that will be happening, they are a few months off. In the meantime, I feel like the chaos of last year has settled down and I'm settling into this dream life I've been working on creating. Changes will come and decisions will be made and instead of rushing the process of any of it, I'm letting things unfold organically. The most beautiful part of the rose isn't necessarily the full bloom, every stage is amazing in its own right. From seed to sprout, vine to bud to blossom... I'm enjoying it all.