BlogFest & IdeaWorld: My Thoughts

Pretty short post today, but one I couldn’t wait to share with you! I actually wrote this on the plane on my way home yesterday.
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I sit here on the plane, on my first leg of the journey home after 8 incredible days in Las Vegas. I’ve been thinking a lot about what I want to share with you. I wrote a couple days ago about the first half of the conference and some of the highlights.
But that’s not really what I want to share with you. Yes, the presentations and workshops were amazing. Yes, the Expo was full of neat items and I tried out some really fun workouts. And I do want to share those with you! But that isn’t what I really got from this conference.
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I got inspired. I got revitalized. But most of all, I was opened up to how I have been holding myself back – fear. Fear of being seen as less than knowledgeable. Fear of trying to build what is in my head for all of you and failing. And fear of sharing myself, my true self, and it not being seen as good enough.
That’s not to say that I’m not honest with what I share with you on here and social media. But I tend to hold myself back from the sillier side of things. I don’t always share things the way I want to, for fear of how it will be seen.
But this conference opened up so much for me. It reminded me that we don’t connect to people because we see them as the most serious on knowledgeable…we connect because they are real! They speak to us and we feel it.
So I’m going to strive to share more, be more vulnerable. Share things the way I want to! Let you see all sides of me, not just the more reserved parts. And I’m going to strive to build what is in my head.
Do I know that it’s all going to work? No, not at all. But it matters to me to share what I think is truly important, what I think will make a difference! So expect to see some changes on here and on social media. I think you are really going to like them!

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