Drew Gerald talks about the vulnerability to share our process with others as we’re going through it, and how being willing to be seen in our messy phase can deepen connection.
About Drew GeraldSpiritual teacher
Drew Gerald suggests the way out of perfectionism and seeking approval is to let ourselves mess it all up and do it wrong without judgement.
Drew Gerald encourages us to take up space and expand into the world, and how our playing small serves nobody.
Drew Gerald shares his story of shutting down his own brilliance in order to get approval and acceptance of others, and how we should shine our light without guilt or embarrassment.
Drew Gerald helps us see our own divine and royal nature in order to treat ourselves, our people, and our spaces with respect and dignity.
Drew Gerald shares his own story of censoring his silly, and how giving ourselves permission to play can create freedom and intimacy with our audiences.
Drew Gerald talks about the dangers of perfection, and how getting caught up in trying to be perfect can sabotage our products or art, leading to more suffering.
Drew Gerald discusses how being bold and doing what nobody else will can lead to success, and how the market rewards those who do so successfully.
Drew Gerald shares how not being ready yet can actually be an excuse that holds us back from taking the very risks that we need to take to be ready.
Drew Gerald discusses how we as entrepreneurs and artists can get lost in personal development and miss out on the very life we're seeking to live - a life found right in front of us.