“We all have gifts and talents. When we cultivate those gifts and share them with the world, we create a sense of meaning and purpose in our lives.” Brene Brown, The Gifts of Imperfection
I’m letting go of what is expected, what I’m supposed to do in this 31 Days series. I’m letting go of words on a blog post in order to cultivate meaningful work. I’ve enjoyed experiencing a collision of plentiful gifts, the palpable presence of God and my life’s work over the past four days at the Allume Conference. My mind is swirling like a spoon stirring a pot of soup, fishing for the best parts to scoop into your bowl. I hope you will join me tomorrow at the table for a taste of what I experienced. I like breaking bread with you.
Join us in the comments and for further discussion at Redemptions Beauty Book Club on The Gifts of Imperfection by Brene Brown as we talk this week about Letting Go of Self-Doubt and “Supposed To” and Being Cool and “Always in Control” to cultivate meaningful work, laughter, song and dance. This is day 28 of 31 Days of Letting Go in the Deep End. Find out more here and join us for daily posts delivered to your inbox by adding your email address to Subscribe in the sidebar. It only takes a few seconds and it’s painless, I promise.