Introducing…Calmfidence. (And how to find it.)
If you’ve been with me for a while, you’ve probably noticed that I love making up words.
And today I’d like to introduce you to my latest new word:
Can you guess what it means?!
I was looking for a word to describe that serene sense of inner calm you feel when you discover a new level of confidence.
A new ability to feel relaxed about life.
A new level of peace in both mind and heart.
A new trust in yourself and your power to not only cope with life, but to actually create the exciting visions that you glimpse on those days when you feel unstoppable.
Well, they say if you can’t find the book you want to read you should write it yourself, and I see no reason why the same can’t apply to words.
So, calmfidence is now officially* a word.
And if calmfidence is something you’d like more of in your life, I’ve also created a step-by-step guide to help you find it.
This time next week, you have a single-page blueprint of what truly matters to you.
This is what I guide you in creating in my 5-day email course The Rudder Board.
Because having a clear, concise touchstone for making decisions and feeling on track and on purpose has made such a powerful difference to my life, my creativity and my soul.
It has ushered in a new level of calmfidence that makes life happier, healthier (and somehow – wealthier!)
And I would love to help you enjoy more of that, too.
So, if you’d like…
• A single page you can return to whenever you feel the need to check back in and see which way to go
• A guide to help you know when to persevere and when to course correct
• A touchstone for staying on track and making decisions that align with your vision for your life
• A new sense of confidence and inner calm because you feel clear, focused and capable
And for a limited time, the full course is free!
So, I hope you’ll join me in the joy of The Rudder Board!
And discover a new level of calmfidence for yourself.
* OK, maybe not ‘officially’ by OED standards but it is now freely available in the world for all to use. 🙂