I love to hear the inspiring powerful presence you have. Keep up the amazing work, women need you!
~ Lisa Nichols
It was a breath of fresh air. I began to realize that the freedom I felt/experienced on the coaching call was something I was created to enjoy and able to have in my life on a daily basis.
~ Chantel C.
Vasavi has a compassionate and caring style of coaching with the perfect level of toughness that allowed me to push myself toward my intended outcomes.
~ Melissa R.
Over the past 10 years, I have probably ended four friendships that at one point I thought were for sure going to be lifelong relationships. I was wrong. Turns out that not everyone wants to go on the same path as you. And, over the years I have also come to accept that that is A-OK. Have you ever had a friendship that fizzled? Maybe it’s because they lost interest or didn’t want to continue to put in the effort to nurture the relationship? Or, maybe it was because you started to become interested in others things and simply outgrew one another?
Have you ever had to struggle or hustle in your life? In what area? For how long?
In the entrepreneurial world these two words (struggle and hustle) usually carry a negative connotation around them. A lot of the courses out there are preaching a less work more money attitude.
Some people when they start their own business are looking for a get rich quick scheme. They would like to think it takes less work to have your own business, make money online, and sit back and collect passive income while they sleep.
I’m not saying this isn’t possible.
However, in order to get to this point it does take massive amount of work, dedication, and a period of time where you might not be making much money at all.
Don’t be discouraged by this fact.
Guess what? Everyone has that fire inside of them.
The way that you choose to look at these words are going to determine how you are going to face challenges when wanting to start a business, or when you face challenges in your life.
This is going to look different for everyone depending on the type of struggles you have faced in your life. Do you remember a time when it was difficult to make ends meet? What did you do in this situation? Did you give up?
Since the time I was kid, my parents drilled into my head to never chase after money. My father always said, “Be of service and money will follow.” What I am learning more and more about myself is that the less I worry about money, the more it flows into my life. The less I worry, the more mental space I have to create programs and services that will help people move forward in their lives. It wasn’t always that easy. I would often find myself scratching my head wondering, where is the money going to come from? It was quite the paradox.
On the outward, I seemed to have it all together, but my bank account was a hot mess. HOT MESS. My self-worth was wrapped around how much money I made (or didn’t make). I mean, come one now. My mother is a doctor (how Indian of her) and my father is a CPA. Both in private practice. Both have worked their little brown butts off. The bar was set from a pretty young age. Needless to say, I lived a very abundant life. I got to travel all over the world from a very young age, meet people that I would not have typically had the chance to meet. But most importantly, like the thing I am most grateful for- is the opportunity to invest in myself through formal education, certifications, books, seminars, retreats, and mentors. I no longer view money as something that defines me. Rather, it is merely an expression of my work, creativity, and commitment to service. It’s taken consistent practice and discipline to get to this place.
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I sent out a survey last week asking the single biggest challenge in figuring out ways to make money doing what you love.
Do you want to know what the most common responses were?
“I have no clue what I want.”
“I have too many dreams and don’t know where to begin.”
“I don’t know where to start.”
“I’ve never taken the time out to ask myself what the hell I want out of MY life.”
“Too many ideas, not enough focus.”
Einstein once said,
“We can not solve our problems with the same level of thinking that created them”
If that is truly the case Vasavi, then I got good news and bad news.
Bad news: Unless you begin to do the inner work to figure out what you want out of your life, nothing will change.
Good news: I have a great first step for you to take.
As someone that has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and ADHD, I’m a proud believer that no matter HOW confused or scattered you may feel like right now, that you can ABSOLUTELY have anything that you want.
The big question is, how bad do you want it?