Why Asking for Help Is a Sign of Strength

Growing up under the strict and watchful eye of my father, my brothers and I were taught to be strong. He was a strong man; his steel blue eyes seemed to reflect authority, persistence, and focus.

He valued independence and self-reliance, and he made sure we understood the importance of these qualities. The Martina men rarely asked others for help.

It requires taking a good look at yourself and daring, to be honest with yourself. It may require experiencing emotions you thought you had buried deep under the layers of your subconscious mind. This my friend, is strength; not weakness. But it is only the first step. Once you have summoned the courage to ask for support, you must follow through and take action to make sure that it is not wasted. In doing so, you open the door to allow growth and progress into your life.

And this is why we have founded the Christallin Coaching Community.

A place where you can find the support you need through monthly group coaching, live meditations, Q&A webinars, and a community of fantastic people just like you.  Individuals who are discovering their inner strength and who are ready to share their gifts with the world.

If that is something you want to be a part of, if you want to join our coaching family, then we invite you to sign up by clicking here! Find the strength within you and help others do the same.

Listen to Linjing’s Incredible Story! Since doing coaching with us, she has created countless changes & miracles! We could probably do a 2-hour interview with her…

Disclaimer:¬†Linjing is an exceptional case who has taken her training with us to almost unimaginable lengths. No goal is too big or too small… we meet you where you are & we help to get you to where you want to go.

Join us and be supported!

Love,
Roy Martina

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