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The Power of Emotion

Hi, Highly Sensitive Person -

I know you.

You're smart, you're capable, and you get things done.

You're a powerhouse when you want to be.

But something's stopping you from doing the things you really want to do.

Things like...

  • Create more art

  • Start a side-gig or business

  • Put yourself out there more in your existing business

  • Plan a trip

  • Connect more with your honey

  • Make a decision

  • Get more organized

...those things feel overwhelming, to say the least.

You put them off until later thinking, "I'll just take care of these few things, and THEN I'll have time for that."

"But, I don't know HOW to do it..."

Or my favorite (said ironically),

"What if I mess it up and it doesn't work out?"

Then weeks or months or years go by, and you still haven't done the thing you say you want to do.

It might even be something as simple as wanting to get out for a walk, send a text, or plan a dinner date...

...and yet, it's still not happening.

You know what to do, but you're not doing it.

The reason why is there's an important connective tissue between what your head is telling you and actually taking action.

The thing that's not aligned yet is your heart and your emotions!

We don't take action from our heads.

We take action from our feelings.

Now yes, it's absolutely possible to take action even when you don't feel like doing something.

That's called grit.

But that's still coming from your emotions because:

a) There're still emotions in there like determination and resilience that are overriding the "blahs" and "don't wanna todays."

b) You might be avoiding a consequence, like missing a deadline or making someone upset, which is driven by the emotions of fear, anxiety, and worry.

Either way, you're emotions are still the energy it takes to act.

Why am I talking about this?

Because your Highly Sensitive emotions are powerful af!!!

And when you stop hiding from the "bad" feelings, expand your capacity to feel both "good" and "bad" emotions, and get out of your own way... can actually use your emotions as catalysts to create the life, love, and business you actually WANT

...not the one you're doing by default right now.

Which is why in this week's episode of The Highly Sensitive Club I'm getting fired up about emotions and sharing:

  • 3 reframes about emotions that you can use to your advantage to do the things you say you want to do.

  • A simple technique to actually feel your emotions. If you're thinking, "What does that even mean, Steph??" this episode is for you.

  • Tell the difference between taking action out of desperate, scarcity energy vs. connected, abundant energy - same actions, different results.

I've been doing this work for the last 6 months, and it's like my life did a 180.

Not a lot has changed logistically for me from last year, but accepting and learning to feel my own feelings has freed up my space and energy to:

  • start a podcast

  • launch a new program

  • raise my rates

and the list keeps on growing.

I'm a creative powerhouse right now because I stopped resisting my emotions and letting them how power over me.

I got out of my own way, and I can show you how to do that too.

Tune in to The Highly Sensitive Club #15 The Power of Emotions to find out how you to can get out of your own way and be the architect of that life you've been dreaming of.

Because when you take all of your Highly Sensitive empathy, passion, depth, and nuance and apply it to this aspect of your life (and any area or problem you're facing), you create magic.

You change the world.

You "create what you want to see."

You share your gifts and inspire others to do the same.

We need more of that.

Your high sensitivity is a superpower - if you let it be.

With fire and light and all the feels,


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