Why is disability inclusion important in the life coaching industry?
When I say I take CP; CP doesn't make me. I think the best way I can put it into words, or my perspective is by saying this; This life is a dance, and in a dance, we naturally let someone lead. In my life dance, my partner, other than God of course and my husband, is CP. Unfortunately, I have been allowing CP to lead my dancing for the majority of my life. I realize CP had two left feet. CP has caused me to go in circles and step on myself most of my life. CP was in my way for many years, allowing me to feel defeated, insecure, unworthy, and pure darkness. When I decided I will no longer allow CP to lead this dance called life, my entire presentation and confidence looked and feels entirely different. I want every client that I coach to find who or what experience is their two left feet in their dance. Do not allow that person or exposure to lead your dance any longer. Do not let that drug addict ex-husband have control of your life still. Do not let that disability stop you from conducting your life or dance. If you cannot get rid of your two left feet partner like in my situation, then you must choose from this point on that you will lead, and it will follow.
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