When you go to grad school, you're tasked with one final goal: Contribute something new to the conversation. You're not asked to be the ultimate resource for anything. You're not pressured to be an expert.
But as business owners, we get SO HUNG UP on being a guru, an expert, the number one go-to person for our clients and potential customers. But you don't have to be a guru, babe.
Instead of pressuring yourself to do it all, to be the best at what you do, try to remember that you're contributing to the conversation.
Add one new thing to the conversation. Create space for possibility. Open yourself up to something that's a little vulnerable or risky. How can you put your spin on something in the conversation in your industry? Tell me below!
I think the hardest part of being the person you’re meant to be is that It never comes easy. Life is going to get in the way of your dreams so many times as a test to see what you’re really made of. This is just a simple reminder that no matter your situation at a given time, you WILL pull through and have the life you’ve worked so hard for. Not a single person can take your values and your character away from you. Never stop shining 💫
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Just on stage celebrating 923% growth in business in ONE YEAR! 🤭💁🏻♀️
Morning seat session has name feeling the vibes!! Plus cold sweat chills cause it's 5 in the morning 😆😥😅 But it also got me thinking how just the other day I took the boys g#furbabies
) for a run at the local fitness center that was 25 min away!!! And I know, some people live close and some people live further but I just have to say this.
I was so skeptical to try something seemed to be a fad/unrealistic/not possible with my lifestyle/for fit people only/blah blah blah!
I have ALWAYS wanted to try HIIT, Cardio, Pilates, Yoga, strength training and MMA classes. Not only for the fun classes that I could learn from but also the community that came with it.
BUT REALITY! I work 6 days a week and it’s 25 min one way and the classes are 30-90 min and cost $150 a class.
That wasn’t even possible for me let alone financially feasible 🤢🥴
I would be getting up way earlier or have to hope that I can take classes after work (if there isn’t emergencies or traffic)
Now that might not be true for everyone but that’s the fact for me. So I have always done my own thing which mostly included running and maybe some abs.
When I got over my pride and behind my goals, I took the leap and said why not -> I’ve got 30 days to give it a solid shot! 💪🦵
And so I DID!
I showed up and gave it my best and made it fit my lifestyle
AND GUESS WHAT???? I felt the best I could have felt in years just in 2 weeks🥳🤩😎 That's no bull! I never cut any food group out, never spent more than 45 mins (max) on a workout and mainly did 5 days a week. That’s it! With proper guidance and trainers that know what they're doing I GOT RESULTS AND FEEL AMAZING.
Even more than all that = I got the community I was desiring too! When you join in, you get a coach and a tribe rooting for you and their support.
I have met some amazing women that are tribe for life that I would have NEVER met any other way - BUT LIKE SERIOUS! 🤭🤗 This picture is proof that in 28 min you can warm up, workout (modifiers to help you get the move rights), cool down and achieve massive sweat and calorie burn
Never degrade something you’ve never done until you try it and give it your best shot. YOU NEVER KNOW!
Jay said it best. “My Uncle said I’d never sell a million records. I sold a million records like a million times”💰
I’m leaning in to this with everything I’ve got. Who else?🙋🏽♀️⬇️