This week has been a whirlwind.
We started out heading to Denver to share a stage with Robert Kennedy Jr. at Mile High Chiropractic event.
It was phenomenal.
HOWEVER, there is something so overwhelming about meeting a group of strangers who, because of what they've seen of me on Social Media, feel like they know me.
Part of me just wants to scream really loud in the middle of the room with hundreds of chiropractors - you just know one part of me. There are so many parts of me to get to know. I am vulnerable and overwhelming and completely obsessed with greatness and so insecure that it sets me spinning but also super powerful and filled with love.
I can't really say that to people that I've just met. Nor can I scream it.
So most often I just decide to let them think what they think about what they've seen and form an opinion based on a one dimension experience.
Here's what happens when we meet in person...and we know each other from the screens - we get this recognition without depth - it displaces us and it creates confusion in a conversation that could be a brand new one. Maybe even a life changing one.
Take the time to connect deeply with people on every level possible.
Outside of Social Media.
Perhaps pick up the phone and have a conversation or go for a visit - we are all craving human connection, we're craving touch and dance and truthful experiences with people who we have things in common even with.
This week, I did a share on self care in practice.
I did this share with the intention of connecting with as many people as possible to push them just a little bit on better caring for their physical and emotional bodies. Because I know that if we better care for ourselves we're better caring for others.