What Happens When You Reach Out + A Gift

Yesterday was amazing!BLOG HEADER - What Happens When You Reach Out

I took a risk and got pretty darn honest this week. I revealed some struggles I’m having in this new year, and I invited you to come with me as I work through them. Wow, was I overwhelmed with the response!

The love came from all directions – women filled my feeds and inbox with sweetness for hours:


“Your post could not be timed any better…I’m with you sister.”

“Totally relate with your sentiments. And can’t wait to get more behind the scenes with you!”


I guess we made a connection. 😉

A friend even stepped in on her own and created a beautiful gift for me to share with all of you: a Facebook cover to match the desktop wallpaper from Tuesday’s post! ::swoon::

I will hold myself to a standard of grace, not perfection. Peaceful Facebook header from www.leesirwin.com

Click here to download it or you can click on the image itself.

Vulnerability Opens the Doors for Love

My little baby step of reaching out was the spark for a whole lotta’ connection. My vulnerability felt scary, but it was the only way for us to connect in a real way! Nobody can catch you if you don’t jump. What an exhilarating realization!

I spent some time last night meditating on this community bond and some deep questions in my life and business:

How can I release more?

How can I serve more?

How can I love more?

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The sweetness and community I received FROM you ignited even more passion to reach out and SERVE you! It got me thinking about better and brighter ways to transform this space into exactly what we both need. It clarified and strengthened my filters as I prepare for 2016. Your response was the best gift you could have given me.

All My Love

Thank you. Thank you for reading. Thank you for sharing and liking and replying and commenting. Thank you for catching me when I jumped.

I can’t wait to see what this year will bring.



When you reach out to your community, they can help you ask the right questions. Here's what happened when I was vulnerable with my tribe. www.leesirwin.com

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