These ten tips will help you embrace your sovereignty, put on your crown and rule your world.
Being in your Sovereignty means knowing yourself deeply, how you work and what you need to thrive. When you know what works for you, you can stop wasting your time trying to do things someone else’s way, and do them your own way instead.
Doing things your way feels like freedom. You’re in the zone where everything is flowing nicely. You feel tapped in and turned on. Powerful. Things are happening for you.
Then there are the times when you know your process, and resist it….you make it wrong because you think things should be happening differently. There is lots of struggling and doubting yourself.
We live in a society that teaches us to fit-in, follow the rules and do what is expected if we want to be accepted and loved.
If you’re a renegade like me, you certainly don’t fit in, and you have your own ideas about things, which leads to a lot of criticism, questioning, and resistance from the people around you. It certainly feels like a battle.
It feels like the only two choices are – Fit-in or fight.
I spent 35 years trying to play the game in order to be successful. I went to college, got good grades and graduated with a BA in Sociology. I followed the money and opportunities offered to me in the high end restaurants I worked in during college and created a life I thought would make me happy.
The thing was, my life looked great on paper and I made lots of money, but everything felt like a battle. I was stressed out and frustrated and didn’t feel very free. I HATED having to conform in order to fit in. I complained about my job and the people I worked with. In my mind, everyone was purposefully trying to hold me back and piss me off. I was afraid to make any real changes because I doubted myself and didn’t want to lose everything.
When I sat down to write this profile, I had no idea it how far down the rabbit hole it would take me, and just how perfect of an example of a Renegade Queen Amanda “Fucking” Palmer is. After a week’s worth of research I’ve come to greatly respect and admire this bad-ass women and the way she’s stood up for herself and her creativity in the face of the record industry and the media hate mongers.