Stepping Outside My Comfort Zone

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Yes, I did it!

Talk about Personal Growth

One of my biggest challengers in this life is the simple task of asking for help. I struggled at the mere thought of asking for the slightest bit of assistance. I remember getting a flat tyre on the side of a very steep hill and when someone stopped to ask if they could help me I nearly bit the poor mans ear off.

Hhmmph … Like I needed help … no way, I’ve got this

Independence was my rock, what I could rely even if things didn’t seem right as long as I didn’t have to ask for help I was comfortable. But this wasn’t such a good thing for me when I took it to extreme. I was pregnant with my third baby in just over two years and I had packed the other two children into the car ready to take them to Playgroup. I was the president of the club so I always arrived early to set up but before I could go I needed to go to the toilet. To my horror I had started bleeding and still had a few months to go before the birth was due.

I’ve got this or so I thought.

I put on a few pads to catch the blood and headed back to the car but something didn’t feel right. Could I really go to a session with a dozen or more little ones and their parents in this state? If I didn’t go wouldn’t I be letting them down I was after all the president? What about my kids they loved going there and playing, creating and just having fun, I couldn’t disappoint them. It will be fine, be positive my thoughts told me heart.

You’ve got this but did I?

The blood had seeped through the pad before I got to the car and I raced back for another. No this wasn’t good and all this walking probably isn’t helping. First of all I needed to get the kids to a safe place then I could get myself to the doctors, so I drove them to a neighbour’s place. I has to asked her to take the kids to Playgroup for me and I knew what asking her meant. It meant I had to tell her what was going on. I nearly got away with it, then she asked why.

What was I thinking I didn’t have this.

If I hadn’t of asked for her help I’m not sure what would have happened. We lived nearly an hour out of town and if I drove myself all the way …  Who knows but what I do know is that I am glad I asked for help because she laid me down and took over the situation. Thankfully my little girl was fine and this month she is getting married so I have learnt to ask for help but I must admit I don’t do a very good job of it.

However this time I stepped out of my comfort zone and didn’t ask a friend or someone close for help I asked complete strangers on Facebook. I am so pleased that I did that because now I have met new friends and the Personal Growth Expo can go ahead with a dedicated team.                    Thank you Ladies for your support.

We’ve got this

The Personal Growth Expo will bring together all the elements you need in your business Wealth, physical Health and inner Stealth. Sunday November 12th 2017  Gold Coast

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