I’m on a secret mission: to make my clients cry.
(In a good way.)
Crying is a sign pointing to what we really care about. It’s a release valve. It’s a pattern disruptor.
It means we’ve touched something deep and meaningful.
It means we’re stepping out of the antiseptic, perfectly curated persona we hide behind for every other conversation.
Tears are like big flashing lights saying “Yes! Look here! This matters!”
They’re invaluable information – not to be hidden, apologized for, or feared.
I like to think of them as old friends that come to visit whenever I need to be reminded of something important I’ve lost sight of.
What’s something that made you tear up recently? What important thing were they pointing to?