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Letting go of my financial safety blanket

Yes, you’ve heard me correctly.  I’ve finally quit my role as freelance event manager, for good.  There is no turning back!

After having spent six years straddling the fence between an occupation that paid my bills and forging a more heart centred career, I’ve made an oath to myself and now to the world at large, that I will no longer engage in any activities, work or otherwise, which are not in alignment with who I am at my very core. 

It’s not a decision I’ve taken lightly or rushed, however it’s a decision that is way overdue.

It means saying goodbye to a steady income stream and daily interaction with colleagues I genuinely care about and have enjoyed working with, as well as industry suppliers and their staff. Not to mention friendships forged with personnel from local businesses I frequented.

However, I can no longer sustain trying to fit ‘a life’ in around getting up at 4:00am to work on a blog post or the book I’ve been writing, and then rushing off to work an eight to ten hour day on an event.  Which is what I’ve been doing for the past few years.

What’s next?

From here on in, my wellbeing and happiness is my priority and my life purpose is my focus.  My plan is to sleep in until my body tells me it’s time to get up and take the time to nourish and centre myself properly prior to beginning work.  The majority of my day will then be spent indulging in my passionate obsession – helping people uncover their life purpose and educating them on how to build a fulfilling life that they love.

You’re probably thinking that this sounds like an ambitious and risky move to make.

I’ll admit, I’ve attempted this leap before and fallen short, which resulted in me having to rely on my event management skills as a safety net.  However, with past attempts, I didn’t have the tools to process and release my fears and doubts.  Nor did I have the skills to rewire my neurology to support my change in direction.  I’ve done a lot of inner work to get to this point.

What this change means for you?

For almost two decades I’ve been researching and studying the reasons why not everyone fulfils their potential, along with the qualities possessed by those that do.  My search led me to discover resources that allowed me to recognise and unlock my unique abilities and change my experience of life.  Over the last five years, I’ve been informally providing my services to those closest to me.  I’ve seen family, friends and work colleagues make significant and lasting changes in their life, as a result of me sharing the processes I used to change my day-to-day reality, in a way that they could easily understand and apply the information to their own lives.

Now that I’ve followed through on my decision to fully embrace my life calling, I feel liberated, alive and oh so free.  As a result, new opportunities have begun to open up and my mind is bubbling over with fresh ideas.  I feel nourished by the work that I now do and the more I embrace my new way of living the more my day-to-day life flows.

It is possible for you to build a meaningful and joyous life.  I’ve mentored others through the process and I myself am walking my talk.  You’ll feel immense relief once you’ve uncovered your life calling.  My role is to nurture, encourage and support you in overcoming any obstacles – such as fears, doubts, negative self-talk and self-limiting beliefs, dysfunctional habits and self-destructive behaviours, emotional baggage from your past – that are holding you back from being the best version of yourself, experiencing self-sovereignty and embracing life wholeheartedly.

My door is always open

If you’d like 2019 to be different from 2018, you don’t have to wait until New Year’s Day to initiate your new reality.  Change can be easy when you have the right tools and support.

My door is now open, and will remain so over the holiday period.  So if you are ready now, feel free to connect with me while you have some down time.

In the meantime, Happy Holidays!

With love,

Kylie Xo


Kylie Attwell
Brisbane, Australia

Photo by Hailey Bartholomew

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