Why can’t I just be like everyone else?
Why does everything come so easily for them and not for me?
Why don’t I fit in?
Have you ever considered that maybe you weren’t designed to be like everyone else?
This episode I have the absolute privilege of introducing you to Jessica Roberts of I Am Designed For More.
Her work in Human Design was an absolute game-changer for me in my journey to self-discovery and self-respect! Once I learned that I was different by design I was able to embrace my differences and actually use them to my advantage!
Instead of comparing myself to everyone else, I was given permission to design my life around… my design!!
I was so impressed with the insight from my own reading that I actually had her do a reading on all four of my children, and WOW! What an eye-opener! I learned that I was completely failing my kids in the area of embracing their individual needs and desires because I was trying to “raise them right”. I realized that helping them embrace and enhance their human design was actually the best thing I could do for them!
You will be blown away by Jessica’s information and I know you’ll want a reading because 20 minutes is NOT long enough to get the information you’ll want. So if you have questions here is her info and where to find her:
Instagram - @iamdesignedformore
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Website - www.iamdesignedformore.com
Want to check out your design by yourself and then be super confused about what the heck all those squares mean? Go to mybodygraph.com to take a look. But do NOT pay for the reading there. Contact Jessica for an in depth look at yours!
Disclaimer: The powers that be and the powers that protect me have squashed the claim that I will refund your money if you are not satisfied with your reading! LOL! So that’s a no-go.
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