Life will continue happen with or without your input. You can choose to let it pass you by, or you can choose to actively partake in living it, beyond your to do list. This is what gives life meaning -- your willingness to live it. Sometimes we get so caught up in our own things, we forget to take into consideration the bigger picture.
We see quotes like “Know your worth and then add tax” all the time.
What does this mean? Why does this matter?...How do you determine your value?
This is more than an IG quote, a notebook cover, a cell phone case or a flat lay caption. This is a real life issue. Especially in work (as entrepreneurs) and life, as you apply for jobs and even just navigate adulthood. People will forever sell you short, because they don’t care about your worth. It may sound harsh, but it’s not. It’s life.
Starting anything new, be it a business, a workout regime or even a class -- is always exciting in the beginning. Seeing your planning come to fruition, dropping the first few pounds and learning something new is always great in the initial stages. After awhile the excitement subsides and things become routine and redundant. In these times it can be especially hard to find your groove and be motivated to continue to push through. A few mindful activities may be just the spark you need to refuel your fire.
Rather than run through specific qualifications and justifications for why you need a coach, and why I am that coach (#shamlessplug)...I’m going to do you one better. Whether you're overwhelmed, in need of advice, or want to see better results -- below are the top 4 lessons I consistently share and assist my clients with working through. These lessons are ways in which I blend mindfulness with business to help my clients achieve personal success.
Things were affirmed for me that had not even been shared with those closest to me. The very same “little things” that recently tried to resurface, were again silenced and dismissed. #ThinkThisWay reminded me what it looks and feels like to not be alone. The negative self talk that can find its way into my day -- I am not the only one who deals with it. In a room full of very different woman, from very different backgrounds -- we all shared a similar set of struggles. I was not an outsider, I belonged, I was understood and I was accepted. The secrets shared only between myself and God, the ones I sometimes felt like went unheard -- He heard, He cared...and in His time (today!), He answered.