Have you ever thought about forgiving yourself? I hadn’t either. In this episode, I talk through my thoughts after learning of this concept.
We all know the recommendations about journaling, do it. But is it really right for you? I want to encourage you to think through that answer rather than forcing yourself to do something.
When we think of legends we think of people who are known across the world for one thing or another. Being a legend doesn’t mean you have to reach that level. Andrea Owen wrote a chapter in her book 52 Ways to Live a Kick-Ass Life: BS-Free Wisdom to Ignite Your Inner Badass and Live the Life You Deserve that has impacted my life for the years since I read it. I want to share with you how it has impacted me.
We hear it everyday, “you need to work out.” The thing is that not everybody can physically work out the way that society is telling us we have to. I talk about my struggle with this through the years and where I currently am with it.
We all start somewhere. A lot of quotes you’ll see or direction from coaches tell you not to look back because you aren’t going there. I’m looking back at where I came from because it has determined how I’ve gotten to where I am today. Looking back shows you how far you’ve truly come.
I’ve recently realized that I and so many of you, overuse the word need. I am talking about how I see the difference in these two words.
Each of us molds ourselves into the different situations that we are in, some of us more than others. I am definitely one of those people and I recently realized how bad it is. I am challenging myself to unite all the different piece of my personality into one whole me.
I know you hear a lot about me time from life coaches and influencers all of the time, but hear me out. I thought I was doing me time right, until I realized that the me time that is typically recommended by others, isn’t all that I needed.
Have you ever thought “I need to be one of the guys to get to where I want to go”? I have and I talk about how I’m changing that mentality to embrace being myself and the woman that I am.
What does “do what it takes” mean to you? I’m doing what it takes to maintain output from my team, which means I made adjustments to my life to make it happen. Are you doing what it takes?