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The Fulfillment Gap – The Truth To Experiencing Fulfillment and Success

Written by: Rozanna Wyatt, Executive Contributor

Executive Contributors at Brainz Magazine are handpicked and invited to contribute because of their knowledge and valuable insight within their area of expertise.


Let’s cut to the chase: You’re looking for more fulfillment in your life. You feel stuck and dissatisfied with your success despite having accomplished more than most. When the lights go out at night, and you stare at the top of the ceiling, you secretly wish your life would amount to something more.

You want to feel passion, purpose, and be inspired by what you do. As a high-achiever, your natural tendency is to engage in more “outward doing action” where you set and achieve another goal, hoping that your life will finally feel complete.

If it were this simple, you would already feel fulfilled and satisfied with all of those incredible accomplishments you have achieved.

You’re experiencing what I call the Fulfillment Gap.

It develops when there is a lack of inner acceptance and an inability to embrace the totality of who you are and all you can be.

The truth is: Fulfillment starts and ends when you embrace the totality of who you are and all you can be. This is when you breakthrough limitations, become unstoppable, and experience success that genuinely satisfies your soul.

Empowering Steps To Embrace The Totality Of Who You Are

Inner acceptance is the foundation required to embrace the totality of who you are and all you can be. If you’re struggling with this, start with these steps.

  1. Identify your strengths and talents. Get crystal clear on your strengths and talents that are unique to you. In addition to knowing what they are, understand how they make you feel when you use them. Tap into this feeling to motivate you to integrate them without holding back. When you do this, you will start to show up more powerfully and feel way more satisfied by your work.

  2. Embrace your story. Make peace with your story because it does not define you, rather, it shines a light on how and why you have led yourself to where you are. Accepting your story says, I am worthy of being seen by myself and by others. When you feel worthy, you authentically show up as your truest self which fosters connection and inspiration. Where there is connection and inspiration, you can create change.

  3. Develop calm confidence. Create a positive affirmation such as, “I am, I always have been, and I always will be enough.” When you tell yourself this every day, you are rewiring your brain to look for evidence to support this new belief. When you know you are enough, you will lead with calm confidence, and you will be open to possibilities that inspire you to show up as an unstoppable you.

  4. Align with your dreams. Write down your vision for your life, get clear on your why, and remind yourself of your why daily. Anchoring yourself in your why helps you to fearlessly pursue your dreams even when pushback from your doubts tries to surface. The result - you won’t give up on yourself, or your dreams, when outcomes take longer than you want.

  5. Commit to you. Empower yourself by committing to work on yourself from the inside out. By resolving the blocks that are limiting you from embracing the totality of who you are and all you can be, you are opening the confidence floodgates to swim in a reservoir of potential, breakthrough limitations, and become unstoppable.

True success is when, without limits, you embrace the totality of who you are and all you can

be - the key to experiencing fulfillment and claiming success that genuinely satisfies your soul.

Let this article fuel your courage to walk the path of success from the inside-out, and ask yourself: “What do I need to let go of to embrace the totality of who I am and all I can be?”

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Rozanna Wyatt, Executive Contributor Brainz Magazine

Rozanna Wyatt is a Licensed Therapist and highly sought Global Coach who specializes in helping ambitious, high-achieving women confidently go after what they want in business and life. Drawing from her sixteen years of experience working those who have done the unimaginable (we're talking murder), entrepreneurs, athletes, professionals and corporate leaders, she enables her clients to experience mindset breakthroughs that allow them to turn their lives around, resolve years of emotional pain, be happy, 10x their business, win national awards, and more. Rozanna has a master’s degree in social work, as well as specialized training in leadership and high performance.

Rozanna’s expertise has been featured in the media in Forbes, Addicted2Succcess, Thrive Global, and Authority Magazine. When she’s not keeping up on the latest research around positive psychology and human behavior, you can find her playing with her furbaby or sipping vanilla lattes in her favorite coffee shops in Canada.



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