In this Sparkle School lesson, Michelle and Nicole talk about how to create support for taking your personal “ripple effect” and turning it up to Rockstar-level.
Nicole and Michelle reflect on how your support system can change as you up-level yourself. Not everyone can appreciate and understand where you have come from and where you want to go. It’s important to manage your support expectations and seek out new support when necessary. If you aren’t sure where to find new connections, seek out folks in common interest groups, using Google if necessary! Remember to spend time with nature…even if it’s just a houseplant to talk to.
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“You have an amazing, powerful, impactful ripple to put out in this world and your waves of brilliance are flowing out of you.” -Michelle Lewis
“For some of the people who weren’t in a place where they could support me being fully me — I had to lovingly release them — which kinda sucked.” -Nicole Lewis-Keeber
“If you want to make a difference in the world and really be yourself… you have to be willing for it to be messy and to lose things you hadn’t thought you were going to lose.” -Nicole Lewis-Keeber
“There’s nothing wrong with keeping your support compartmentalized.” -Nicole Lewis-Keeber
“You are allowed to have good support. You are allowed to build a strong foundation for yourself. You are allowed to build a tall-ass platform to climb up on and shine like a beacon.” -Michelle Lewis
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