Just before you break the sound barrier, the cockpit shakes the most.
I have been putting pedal to the metal in the home stretch of my Master Life Coaching program. (Picture a horse running toward the barn.)
There have been speeches to make, articles to write and programs and products to create. Writing, writing, writing!
In the months to come I will be unveiling some of these new and exciting creations, but for now, while I am still in the midst of it, I just wanted to pause and share.
The course is, in part, designed to bring up your “shit”. It pushes you into a corner and holds you there until you do your own version of wriggling and squirming. And as stuff comes up… things like inadequacy and thinking I need to do things “right”… it is a perfectly safe place to work through it and come out on the other side.
Imagine that. A coaching program designed to coach you to your right life.
So things in my life have been shaking and rocking and rolling.
I picture it like a space capsule returning to earth with the scorching heat burning so hot that even the tiles are rattling to stay in place. That blazing heat burns away any foreign matter trying to cling to it. (Like shit. Or a ham sandwich.)
I have already burned away a couple good chunks of debris, and I am sure that more shit will pop up as I crash and tumble my way through the ring of fire.
As Chuck Yeager says, “Just before you break the sound barrier, the cockpit shakes the most.” How wise, Chucky-san.
So bring on the shaking.
Oh – and on another note, I just watched a really good movie on HBO called “About Time”. I recommend it. I think you can get it on Netflix too. Or maybe the movie store in your neighborhood.
I don’t want to say too much and spoil it for you, but let’s just say that the formula he uses (at the end) to find happiness is spot-on. I just have to try to do it without using time travel. (For obvious reasons.)