Understanding Your “Why” When It Comes To Your Career Goals

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A few Nory-isms

“My clients call these ‘Nory-isms,’” Pouncil endearingly explains about some of the mantras she gives clients. “They’re my uncomfortable truths to help them thrive. They are, ‘I accept that all parts of me can coexist in harmony and peace.’ ‘I am grateful because unconditional love is uncomfortable,'” she says. (Self-discipline is uncomfortable and is a form of self-love. It’s okay that it doesn’t feel good.) “And ‘I plant seeds of self-love in myself and others.’This last affirmation I really lean into when I’m having a difficult interaction with someone. When I think of unconditional love, it’s uncomfortable. I’m here to plant those seeds.”

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