Holding High Standards

Holding high standards doesn't make others abide by your standards. It puts rails on what gets your attention, limiting your attention to what's aligned with your standards.

Things that are not to your standards do not get the grace of your attention.

Those who crave the grace of your attention have crystalline clarity about how they need to *be* to receive it.

This is more than how they act or what they say. It's truly about their BEING.

High standards refine every area of your life.

(and it's really hard to understand the standards you hold automatically and subconsciously, so if you want this, book a breakthrough session and I'll hold two mirrors so you can see the back of your hair )

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