Noun: a person who habitually causes difficulty or problems, especially by inciting others to defy those in authority.
I started my day with a message saying “you are my queen and I worship the ground you walk on” for getting stuck into a project.
I spent the middle of the day feeling like I was in the middle of a nightmare that would continue my legacy of being a troublemaker, shit-stirrer, difficult woman. Choose the name you’d like to give it, you get the point.
I ended the day wanting to cry with relief.
I’m quite happy to be called all of these things because I know it’s not true.
What is true? I am passionate. I have opinions. I get things done. I understand the need and action. I have empathy. I am committed. I will say when I’m wrong.
It’s important to know what you stand for, what your values are. Especially when it feels like the world is falling apart around you.
This also makes me a really good person to have in your corner. As a friend, a coach, a freelance writer/fundraiser/project manager.
Just a thought. Talk to me if you want to know more about how I can help you reach your goals – I don’t have to make you a troublemaker too, but it could help!