Revelation: There is no ‘how’…

Abha Malpani Naismith
4 min readMar 18, 2024

You just do it.

“If there was one framework that worked for everybody, everybody would be successful.”

“Why is it that two people can do the exact same thing and get different results?”

This was the crux of a recent energetics masterclass I listened to by business coach Shoshanna Raven.

You can have a recipe and follow it to the T, but if you don’t have that sense of understanding about what you are cooking, and when it’s best to switch the oven off, the result may not be what you expected it to be.

It may be better. It may be worse!

If you really don’t want to be cooking, that will be reflected in the taste of your food.

In other words, there is no one way for ‘how to do’ something. You just do it. And you see.

You embrace who you are and what your task is, ensure it’s in alignment with you, and you just do it.

So whatever you are doing in your life — at work, in your business, with your kids — just do it as you see best, with your whole heart. And the way will present itself to you.

You try, you fail. You learn. You try again.

And then one day, it all works. The only way forward is through. There are no shortcuts.

You don’t have to have it all figured out. You figure it out on the way. You figure it out by taking action. Nothing can be learned by osmosis.

Your teacher, coach or mentor can only take you that far. This is your journey.

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And, what if you went through life knowing that you cannot mess it up?

You just get on with it and know that every day is a new day, and the best day of your life.

You will get knocked down, but you dust off and get up again.

You are going to be okay. Trust that everything is happening for you.

Feel what you are going through, but don’t dwell on all the stories around how you feel.

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Abha Malpani Naismith

Communications professional. Digital strategist. Writer. Mum. AI enthusiast. Newsletter for working mums.