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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.

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 hustle.  

The grind.  

The struggle.

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?  

the struggle is real and it's what makes your special


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Are you able to see the online coaching world for what it really is?  

Have you had time to take a step back?

Feels oddly familiar. Just rewind your life about fifteen to twenty years (maybe more for some of you 🙂 ).

Yes I’m talking about high school. That confusing time in our life.  

When we were trying to fit in somewhere. Wanting to be accepted. Doing just about anything to be liked. Compromising your values, what you really believed in, all to just to be a part of that crowd that had the ultimate influence.

The ultimate image.

The ultimate prestige.  

Everyone at some point (unless you were one of those cool kids) got sucked into the black hole.  The cool kids had a sneaky way of making you feel like your life was shit, and if you wanted to “be somebody” that you had to be exactly like them. These were the jocks, the cheerleaders, the “hot” girls, and the “handsome” guys.  Well guess what?

It is literally the exact same way in the online coaching world.




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Have you ever heard that song The Motto by Drake? This is where he coined one of the most used terms by our youth in today’s society. YOLO. You only live once.

Some people just use this an excuse to party everyday, go out drinking, use drugs, and spend all their hard earned money and basically have nothing to show for it.

What if we can look at YOLO and extract a deeper meaning? I know this sounds crazy because let’s be real it’s a song by Drake, but I think he could really be onto something here.

What if YOLO meant instead of the party life, living up to your fullest potential. Not caring what others think about you. No, like actually not caring about what others think.  Or as Drake would say “fuck what anybody say.”  I am aware this is not correct grammar for all you English professors, but he has a point.  

Doing everything because you want to do it and not because it’s what you think others want. @Drake via @AskVasavi (click to tweet)













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**I sent an email out yesterday about my new group coaching program limited to 12 entrepreneurs who are ready to be on fire and get moving. If you want IN and have any questions just to learn more set up your 20 minutes call with me here:**

Back to our current programming 🙂

Have you ever felt like when something happens in your life and it’s just “too much” to handle that everything around you seems to come to a massive halt?

I know the feeling. I made a joke the other day that I was a walking talking pain-body and I was surprised that I even managed to get through the past few weeks the way I did without completely losing it.

If there is one thing that I FOR SURE know, it is this. Pain and progress can coexist. Now I’m not saying that you should go ahead and bulldoze over your emotions or whatever is going on in your life. 

I’m inviting you to consider that YOU are stronger than your pain. And no matter how hard or difficult of a situation you may be in, that you do have the capacity to handle it. 

After all, our life didn’t just happen. Our thoughts created it. Our beliefs created it. Our actions created it. So if that is truly the case, we have the power to change it.

Part of how I deal with my pain is to keep progressing in my life no matter what. So ya’ll know how much I love spreading my message so I reached out to Val Santos, a radio personality over at The Beat ATX (102.3) and pitched her an idea to collaborate on.

I present: Vas + Val: The High Road.


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