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How to free yourself from the fear of losing your Energy




What If you could find a way that would enable you to be free from the fear of running out of energy?


How about if you discovered it was possible to change your thinking in a way which allowed you to feel motivated and inspired by your day ahead rather than worrying that you will be feel drained?


Can you imagine if there was a way of reclaiming your energy and your health so that you could start showing up in a way that allowed you to do what you want and be present with the people around you?


There are so many women in business who get tired, overwhelmed and burnt out in both the work place and their personal lives. They keep pushing through, often in denial, ignoring their health symptoms, insisting that they have no choice, there is no other option – they just have to keep going. In doing so find themselves stuck in unresourceful states, with spiralling negative thoughts leading to a complete fear of losing their energy.


This fear of losing energy can be paralysing, resulting in a state of complete stuck-ness. A feeling of isolation, loneliness and sadness. It can feel incredibly frustrating, like no one understands, especially as there is nothing really to show for it. But the reality is, it feels like there is a permanent black cloud looming over their head, and it is debilitating.


There is no such thing as unresourceful people, only unresourceful states. When people get unresourceful, they get even more stressed. This stress then manifests physically in the body often leading to illness and health related problems.


Not only does this stress manifest physically in the body, it has an impact on their physical reality. With a fear of losing energy, often women can develop a social anxiety. Thoughts such as “I can’t go out tonight, what if I get so tired that I cannot get through the event” or “If I go, I will just be tired and I will be boring and no one will want to talk to me”. These thoughts can be so detrimental that sometimes the easiest option is to stay at home, in isolation and as a result it can lead to a breakdown in relationships, friendships and ultimately one’s happiness and fulfilment.


In addition to that, it has an impact on their work environment. A fear of losing their energy, can lead to them not showing up in a way that reflects who they want to be in the work place. Their results and outcomes may hold them back from progressing in their careers, possibly leading to a lack of confidence in their ability and rather un-compelling and uninspiring future prospects.


All of this; the physical, mental and emotional impacts of this fear of losing energy has a significant impact on the overall well-being of women in business. I have experienced this fear, and it is not a fun place to be.


If you identify with this, and want to reclaim your energy and be free from this fear, so that you can start living a life which perhaps right now doesn’t seem possible. A life where you can wake up in the morning, feeling clear headed, energised, excited and motivated by the day ahead. If this sounds like something you want so much, that you are willing to do whatever it takes in order to achieve, then there are 3 things you can do today:


1. Take time to breathe. Sit and Acknowledge your emotions. In order to free yourself, you first must identify what emotions you are holding on to.


2. Write down what emotions you are feeling and write down the negative thought patterns that are running through your mind. What specifically is that self-talk?


3. Start to raise your awareness and tune into where in your body you are feeling these emotions, if you were to label them what would they be?


If this blog resonates, please reach out to me today to book your FREE Discovery call where we can have a conversation and see if we are a good fit to work together towards freeing yourself from this fear of energy, and stepping into an exciting, energised and fulfilling life.

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