Chaney Fletcher, women empowering coach, explains that when you decide to live for yourself and embrace who you are, it removes self-limitations, and possibilities become endless
Have you ever thought that you couldn’t change your story?
You can’t possibly live a better life because you have kids; or because you are sick. Also, because your parents were this and that, so… you can’t grow and show yourself as someone worthy of building a business or having extraordinary relationships?
“When you decide to live for yourself and embrace who you are, it removes self-limitations, and possibilities become endless.” This is what Chaney Fletcher has to say, and she has a very good reason to affirm that!
Chaney Fletcher ended up in foster care at 16 and aged out at 18. To the statistics, she should honestly be an addict or in prison, but by realizing her power to choose differently, she hasn’t experienced either one of those.
Now an HS-BCP (Human Services Board Certified Practitioner) and a homeschooling mama of 6 littles, she has a passion for serving others.
Chaney goes on by this motto: “If someone told me I couldn’t do something, you can bet I found a way anyway”.
She sees challenges as learning experiences for personal growth and uses the experiences that helped her develop resiliency to inspire others. Her experiences have strengthened her connection with her intuition and have grown her compassion and empathy.
Chaney created an entirely new life and endless possibilities by choosing differently. She decided to share very openly about all of the trauma she went through, what it taught her, and how things could change, in hope that sharing her truth and being vulnerable helps others see how powerful they truly are and opens us up to more conversations about empathy.
Talking to Chaney I could tell she really wants to show you that it is POSSIBLE for you to use whatever your circumstances are to your benefit and create your dream life.
Her specialty is helping others see the power of choice, using empathy to empower others, and daring to choose differently. She affirms she’s seen a lot of people confuse being vulnerable with being weak.
She declares: “There is so much strength and genuine connection to others in being vulnerable, which helps a person thrive. When you decide to live for yourself and embrace who you are, it removes self-limitations, and possibilities become endless.” How? You might wonder.
Understanding the reasons behind behaviors makes it easier to adjust for lasting change.
Chaney states that as she went through EMDR therapy, she discovered that “Understanding the reasons behind behaviors makes it easier to adjust for lasting change.”
Every area of expertise, every business, has its own limiting beliefs. The hunt for the truth is never ending, and owning the truth in your area makes you indestructible. After uncovering those beliefs you can build that success story in your business or career. That is your unique way into the market, the customers, the companies, whatever you want to call it! Because when you have a solid definition of your business, you make it easy for people to contact you and know what to do.
Chaney Fletcher states that connecting to someone’s dreams leads to substantial change quickly. And she’s used to making difficult situations easy.
She explains that happiness isn’t a destination to reach. Happiness is a state you can access at any time that comes and goes naturally and doesn’t “stay” because so-called “failing” is part of life too!
In business, all of this matters to form good business relationships and your business success. “And don’t think of success as the opposite of failing”, she clarifies.
Chaney Fletcher affirms that failing isn’t the worst thing possible that can happen to an individual. On the contrary, failing is an opportunity for growth and redirection.
Tiny successes fuel the bigger successes that come later on
Chaney Fletcher is all about flipping and turning things, even if it is one thing at a time. She affirms that tiny successes fuel the bigger successes that come later on! Because taking action while you still feel fearful leads to opportunities later on, if done correctly.
She reckons that thriving is so much more than just living life. It can be a mixture of motivation, success, and significant contribution to others. That is why empathy and compassion open doors to fostering resilience, leading you back to relentlessly chasing your desires and happiness. Limiting beliefs are at your core, and she affirms she can help you eliminate them.
And when you do that, success in life and business is only meant to happen.