I’m on the plane flying to JFK from LA. I had a beautiful time staying in Manhattan Beach and meeting up with some old, and getting to know some new friends. I was in LA for one of the biggest opportunities up until this point on my life’s path.
And, as you may or may not know…the bigger the game you’re playing, the louder the chatter, and the more stubborn your ego will persist to keep you small and scared.
Yup. That’s what the past 10 days have been like. As I move into my power and stand firmly each and everyday, i attract new and life-affirming opportunities that blow my mind..and my chatter seems to get louder and louder.
If we are not learning, growing, expanding and taking action, then we’re dying a slow death.
Thank you 2012 for kicking my ass and teaching me these beautiful lessons.
1. Outward success doesn’t mean anything if the home front is falling apart.
Ok, I admit it. I work. A lot. I work to the point where I forget to pick up the phone and call friends and family. I work to the point where I neglect my physical well-being. Everything becomes secondary. Everything. The day that I decided to put me first was the day that the doors opened up to true success. Suddenly I was no longer living my life around my business. Instead, My business was an extension of who I was and I was living my life around it. It takes commitment, dedication, massive accountability, and trust. I’m still working on it but now more than ever, as my company starts to grow and new opportunities are created, I am focused on what matters the most- my health, my marriage, my friendships, and my family.
Tell me the truth: when was the last time you told yourself “I’m not good enough.”?
Last week? Yesterday? Five minutes ago?!
Enough already, people. You know all that anxiety is keeping you trapped – and you’re never gonna reach your goals if you don’t get moving.
Fortunately, there’s more than one thing you can do about it! Check it out:
This week’s question comes from the lovely Rachel:
“As a new business owner, I’m wearing so many hats, and I am terrible at delegating. I’d rather spend time doing what I love – which is working with people on their nutrition and overall balance in their life. So how do I step out of my fear of delegating and start passing stuff off to people so I can stay focused?”
Hoo boy – can I relate to this.
When you’re just starting up a business, it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of working for yourself. And when you don’t have the money (yet) to invest in a copywriter/marketing expert/designer/social media guru, you push forward anyway, even if it means tackle everything alone.
You might tell yourself you prefer it that way. Could you even trust someone else to carry out your vision?
Maybe you kept great momentum in the beginning, but eventually, your engine’s gonna run on empty. So what’s a gal/guy to do?
(Hint: the answer is a key to allowing your light to shine bright, so you can live from your GREATNESS. I just kicked off a FREE training series that’s that’s all about that. Take a look!).
Take a peek at the video to find out:
When you give yourself space to focus on your specific genius hotspot, you don’t just free up more time to do what you love – you’re opening up room to make HUGE strides; creatively, professionally, and personally.
So give yourself permission to let go a little bit. Whether you’ve got a seasoned pro in your corner, or a green-but-willing college intern on your side, when you delegate the tasks that drag you down, you’re giving YOU the chance to soar!
Guess what guys – my totally free S.O.U.R.C.E. of Your Success training kicks off TODAY! It’s a really fantastic program all about YOU, getting in touch with your true self, and directing your life from a place of abundant joy, authenticity, and integrity. Want in? Groovy. Step right this way.