Have Your Ever Said Yes When You Really Wanted To Say No?

If so, you may suffer from being unable to speak your truth.

when we cannot speak our truth we suffer

Symptoms of Being Unable to Speak Your Truth

• You have an opinion but are afraid to voice it

• You are in an important negotiation and you cannot bring yourself to ask for what you desire

• You stay in a relationship where your partner no longer values what you say

• You believe that no one in their right mind would stay with you if they knew half of what you were thinking

• You go along to get along almost all the time

• You believe that nothing you have to say matters to anyone

• You tell yourself stories about how your muzzling yourself is best for all concerned

• You feel trapped in any area of your life

• You believe that if you really said what was on your mind you would end up completely alone in the world

• You are being manipulated into your silence by someone in your life and you think it is okay

 

If this is you, keep reading!

 

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Isn't It Time To Learn To Speak Your Truth?

   

If you answered yes to the above question, no one needs to tell you how going along to get along has impacted your life. Perhaps it has left you feeling powerless and fearful of rejection, criticism or even abandonment. As a product of incest and as the secret his family dared not tell, Lynn Everard spent much of his life unable to speak his own truth. Yet the often-painful events in his life put him on a collision course with awakening to his own gifts, finding the power to live a life sourced in his own truth and realizing his destiny to help others do the same. 

In How Speaking Your Truth Could Save Your Life and How It Saved Mine, Lynn shares how to speak one’s truth while using his own story to illustrate the vital principles that open the door to living an authentic, vulnerable and transparent life.

Lynn Everard is an author, speaker and life coach who guides people in discovering and embracing their true selves and inviting them to walk freely into a future with greater self-confidence and limitless possibilities. He also helps people discover their hidden stories and limiting beliefs. Once discovered these stories can be rewritten so that people can live their best lives. 


Order the book at   https://www.amazon.com/Speaking-Your-Truth-Could-Save/dp/0999173944/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Lynn+Everard&qid=1569841715&s=books&sr=1-1 

 

 


 

Are You Ready?

 In my book and in my life I speak my truth and experience freedom, peace and joy. And I can teach you how to speak your truth. Private coaching sessions are available via Skype or phone. to schedule your session, send an email to leverard@lynneverard.com.

Video

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The how to speak your truth workshop

Additional Information

A One-Day Workshop

Presented by Lynn Everard


Why Speaking Our Truth is So Important!


 


Can you relate to this?

You have just been called into your boss’s office for a meeting you were not expecting. For weeks, you have been dropping hints at how you feel you are underpaid for the work you do. And now it is just the two of you in her office. She tells you that there is an opportunity for you to make more money, but she wants you to tell her clearly why you deserve it.

It is time to speak your truth. What are you feeling in that moment? Are you afraid? Is your stomach in knots? Are you feeling nauseous? Do you know what you would like to say? Do you know why you are worth the increase in pay? Now you are starting to sweat. And something just did a backflip in your stomach. You have not said anything yet and your boss is waiting for your reply. You find it hard to breathe, let alone talk. You search for the words. You find them. But they just won’t come out.

Just then, the office door opens, and it is your boss’s boss needing to speak with her, right away. So, you politely and thankfully excuse yourself and leave the office. As you head back to your desk you are relieved that you did not have to speak up. But you are also feeling disappointed in yourself and those old feelings of worthlessness come sneaking back into your mind.


 


Many of us struggle to share our thoughts and opinions with others. We fear rejection or being discounted or being criticized. And this fear, when not fully addressed, eats at us slowly, day by day, destroying our sense of who we are. We become inauthentic, hiding underneath our fear; a faint drawing of our caricature rather than a full color video of the amazing person we really are.

We worry that if we say what we really feel and share the thoughts that make us wonder if we have gone completely mad, people won’t like us, that we will be ostracized or made to feel inferior, even broken beyond repair.

If you have ever felt this anguish deep within you, if have ever stayed awake at night thinking that you are all alone or the only one who feels this, there is something you need to know.


You are not alone.


It starts in a different place for each of us. One day we are small children playing in our fantasy world of make believe without a care in the world. Then it happens. We discover a fear within us that shakes us to our core. Somehow, we went from being children who lovingly embraced all of who we are to adults who feel trapped within our thoughts. We fear that others will judge our thoughts the moment we put them into words. The joy we had as children is now mysteriously ripped away from us. And all that is left is the fear that encircles us and causes us to shut down, to stop being who we really are and were always meant to be.


We all have moments, or whole lives, where we are too afraid to say what is on our minds. We are afraid to be criticized or shut down or labeled as being weird. We are afraid of no longer being worthy of belonging to those we love and with every fiber of our being, hope love us. Our fear may lead us to stop being who we really are and engage in people pleasing behavior. And once we become people pleasers, it is immensely difficult to stop. We enter into a brutal wrestling match that has no winner and no time clock. We are the opponent and there is no way for the match to end.


But it can get worse. With no one to safely share our most worrisome and fearful thoughts, we can descend into a frightening world of storytelling. We create stories based on our fears and then dutifully and continuously repeat them to ourselves, over and over again, until they are no longer stories because they have become our reality.

This can create a prison cell of our own making and we sentence ourselves to life with no chance of parole.


So, how do you know if this prison cell is your reality? Here are ten key signs that your inability to speak your truth is impacting your life:

• You have an opinion but are afraid to voice it

• You are in an important negotiation and you cannot bring yourself to ask for what you desire

• You stay in a relationship where your partner no longer values what you say

• You believe that no one in their right mind would stay with you if they knew half of what you were thinking

• You go along to get along almost all the time

• You believe that nothing you have to say matters to anyone

• You tell yourself stories about how your muzzling yourself is best for all concerned

• You feel trapped in any area of your life

• You believe that if you really said what was on your mind you would end up completely alone in the world

• You are being manipulated into your silence by someone in your life and you think it is okay


If you can relate to the questions above, I invite you to register for the How to Speak Your Truth Workshop. In this day long workshop, we will explore together why speaking your truth is so important. And you will learn how to speak your truth. Through a combination of presentation, discussion and powerful experiences you will be guided to opening up to the power of speaking your own truth. And you will receive practical guidance and learn effective practices that will help you on your journey to speaking your truth. And once you learn how to speak your truth your life will change. You will finally own who you are and value yourself in a way that will help you live the kind of life you have always wanted to live but perhaps did not know how.


Your Guide For This Life Changing Workshop


Lynn Everard spent most of his life unable to speak his truth. He was afraid to say what he thought or felt to those closest in his life and many others. This brought him into a state of powerlessness that culminated in the end of his marriage and financial ruin. Six years ago, as he was going through his divorce, he embarked on a journey of self-discovery and self-healing that led him to learn how to speak his truth. And that led him to writing his first book, How Speaking Your Truth Could Save Your Life and How it Saved Mine and creating an author coaching practice, to help others speak their truth in book form. His greatest joy in life is found in empowering others to experience the freedom, joy and authenticity found in speaking their own truth.


Speaking your truth is not just a life skill, it is a life-saving skill and the first life you may save is your own. If you are ready to take back the power in your life and create the life you say you want, this is the opportunity you have been seeking.  

Program

This one-day workshop will change your relationship with speaking your truth and is divided into three critical parts: 

1. Teaching- Why we don’t speak our truth including the hidden payoffs that are hurting us far more than they are helping.

2. Healing- It’s to time to forgive yourself for not speaking your truth and open to a new way of being in your world.

3. Experience- It’s time to speak your truth and experience a new sense of freedom in your life.

Registration

As a participant in this workshop you will receive great benefit and have a say in improving it for future students. The regular price for this workshop is $249.00 and includes a box lunch and a workbook. However, students who register for this initial workshop will pay just $125.00. In exchange for the reduced price, students will agree to being filmed, completing a written evaluation and giving a video testimonial at the end of the day.


This event is being held at a private home in Lake Worth, FL and enrollment is limited to just 24 people. Registration will open on January 2, 2020 and payment can be made through PayPal or Venmo. Once your payment is received you will receive information regarding the location and access to it. In the meantime, if you would like to hold a spot in advance, please send an email to leverard@lynneverard.com. Note: If you held a spot but have not registered and made payment by the end of the day on January 6th, your spot may be forfeited and given to another student.


In late February or early March, regular price workshops will begin to be offered in other South Florida locations with plans to expand across the state and into other parts of the United States.


About

I'm Here For You

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Imagine what your life will be like when you are free to speak your truth without needing anyone's permission to do so. Think of the power that will create in your life!. 

Professionalism and Experience

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With over 40 years of writing experience and decades of providing support and encouragement to scores of people, It is my great honor and privilege to help you speak your truth in your way including writing a powerful book and discover the stories in your own life that are holding you back so you can transform them into a life that is filled with vitality and enthusiasm.

Supportive Journey

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Being able to speak your truth creates powerful self-confidence which leads to freedom, then choice and then the knowing that you can finally believe in possibility because you can actually choose it. If this is a path you would like to walk, I would be honored to serve as your guide.