WHO IS YOUR WORST CRITIC?

WHO IS YOUR WORST CRITIC?

You are your worst critic.

You can work to flip it but it will still creep in. You just can’t let it stop you.

We are all hard on ourselves…it happens… And if you have an entrepreneurial brain, you know it happens daily. We are wired to never be satisfied with what we’ve accomplished. We never feel like it’s “enough”. Being hard on yourself is a double-edged sword. On one hand, it keeps you motivated to prove yourself and everyone around you wrong, but on the other hand, it can also be a huge weight on your shoulders that drags you down (*if you let it).

How do you keep from getting discouraged?
How do you keep from being weighed down?
How do you stay positive and moving forward?
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Trust Yourself

Trust Yourself

What if you focused more on trusting yourself than looking around for answers?

What you need to know is inside you. It always is. But we tend to spend all of our time looking to other people for answers instead.

Why? Because trusting yourself is scary.

Perhaps it is because when you seek the answers from someone else and they turn out to be wrong, you have someone else to blame than yourself.

That feels better, right? To blame someone else? Continue reading “Trust Yourself”

My Business

My Business

It’s all work.
The photos.
The spray tans.
The journal sessions.
The private clients.
The meditations.
The sales meetings.
The group sessions.
The blog writing.
The team calls.
The project management.
The workouts.
The selfies.
The physic readings.
The financial planning.
The snapchats.
The accounting.
The live streams.
The budget planning.
The energy edits.
The product reviews.
The oils.
The relationships.
The DMs.
The hashtags.

You could define all of those things as “work” if you want to, because they are all in fact money generating activities in one way or another… in my world anyway.

They all drive me to be the best version of myself.
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Sharing My Progress

Sharing My Progress

These days, I share a lot more of my progress and fitness over on Instagram than here but I wanted to share here as a reminder that you do have the time and your excuses are bullshit.

Trust me.

Eating isn’t a pleasure for me, it’s a chore. 3000 calories a day, clean isn’t fun.

Drinking over a gallon of water is annoying.
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It’s Going To Be Worth It

It’s Going To Be Worth It

Sometimes you just have to remind yourself that it’s all going to be worth it.

Even if no one else believes it.
Even if you feel like you’re in it alone.

Remind yourself it is YOUR life. YOUR dream.

No one else will ever build it for you.

And the quicker you realize that you have to count on only yourself to build this, the quicker you’ll start making progress.

Yes, it’s a heavy weight sometimes and you’ll have to remind yourself regularly, sometimes on the daily that it will all be worth it.

That the juice will be worth the squeeze if you stick with it.

I think this is the part where most people give up or give in. The moments when you’re up late, cranking out some work with no one else around. Or skipping that event to get a project wrapped up before the deadline.

It makes you second guess it. It makes you feel a little lonely sometimes. It makes you wonder if anyone will ever be down to share in this life with you.

But it’s in those moments that you get to choose.

You get to choose once again to follow your dream. To be your own damn hero and make it happen.

Because every time you choose YOU, your fire gets bigger. Your light gets brighter. Your drive gets stronger.

Physical Change

Physical Change

I almost don’t recognize this girl sometimes.

I have intentionally put on 14 lbs of muscle in the past 2 years. Before that I was the “skinny girl”. Arms like tooth picks, super thin legs, even my shoulders/collar bone area looked completely different. Continue reading “Physical Change”

Why Struggle If You Don’t Have To Struggle?

Why Struggle If You Don’t Have To Struggle?

I had a client come to me about 6 months ago looking for some balance. She wasn’t happy with the way her life was running. She was running her own business but didn’t feel like it was enough and in turn, the rest of her life was suffering as well.

Her mindset was off. She thought she was barely getting by. She had convinced herself that she didn’t have enough time or money to join a gym, that there was no way she could carve out any more time to spend with her kids, and that this chaos she was experiencing had to be the only way to have “all of this”.

(That’s the funny part…we kill ourselves to be “successful” but aren’t happy…so really, what’s the point?)

She also had this burning idea of how she could help other professionals in her industry to create more income through teaching them what she had done in her business…she just had no idea how to actually make that happen, so she came to me wanting help with it all. Continue reading “Why Struggle If You Don’t Have To Struggle?”