Because I'm worth it

If you are excited about forming a relationship based on
what it looks like you can get, rather than what you can give,
you have started off on the wrong foot entirely, and you
could be heading for a big disappointment.

The purpose of all relationships is to create a sacred context
within which you can express the fullness of who you are.
And who you are is an experience you have before
you enter relationship, not because you did. Neale Donald Walsh
I have been asked a couple if times this week to talk at events for free and some big ones as well, I immediately said yes before the fact that it was to be gratis was made known . I was raising my fist,pumping it high, jumping up and screaming "yes! yes! yes! because I was so happy to be asked to speak at this particular event! I got home and looked at my budget and realized that I was way behind, off target and really skating through this month by the seat of my pants! Oh boy!! what's a girl to do? I already committed to this, it is one of my dreams to be speaking at International Women's Day events and to be given an opportunity to share lessons on the journey is always a joy.
I  decided that I must come up with a strategy for these requests and part of this strategy is knowing and believing that I am worthy, saying yes from a space of sharing, caring and love rather than fear of not being given another opportunity.
I had a convo with myself right there and then "act like you are getting paid, know that you are worth it and show up there and make anyone coming to the event never think twice about offering you something when you speak" 
I want to build a relationship with this association, and so I am willing to give in order to create it. I am willing to express the fullness of who I am in that forum and moment in order to not only share lessons on the journey but to be a demonstration of what is possible by giving.
According to the Course in Miracles, when you give in love, you are really giving to yourself
Peace

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