Have you taken time off for yourself this year?
Do you ever feel like you are always pushing, trying, pulling, and struggling to make something happen in your life? So, when this happens, it is integral to pause and practice self-compassion. I took a “time-out” to pause and look at what may be the best way to create the business, the health, the friendships, and life I want to lead?
One thing is clear; I am “obsessed” with the state of our health. Not only am I deeply concerned with the state of our physical health but above all, why has it gotten to this level of chaos?
Here are a few takeaways from my time out:
- I require more quality fun time with friends.
- In my coaching business:
- All programs will be six weeks – including 1 on 1. Simplify the program, and make it digestible (pun intended).
- Ensure each client can connect to the bigger picture of health, longevity, fitness, and overall well-being. (It is not about the # on the scale).
- Take an HONEST and NO BS approach along with COMPASSION.
- My husband and I must take more adventures.
As coaches, we ask questions to get to the more profound feeling of why one believes what they want to make the necessary behavior changes successfully. Consequently, I took time to reflect, journal and answer questions so I can identify what I want.
Am I making a difference? What is the best way to make a difference? Why is that important to me? Does it matter?
Why does it matter?
I see myself as an advocate for change. Yes, that sounds like a significant role to fill. Humanity needs more of us to take a stand and shine light where there is confusion, overwhelm, and a bit of chaos. I may not be an “influencer,” but that doesn’t mean I can not inspire others to take a stand for their health and well-being.
I see myself as an educator. I am in a constant state of self-discovery, of being a student to the ever-changing dynamics of our world. I believe in personal evolution, and I look at how my knowledge can serve the greater whole.
My role in working with others is to show up and pour belief into them so when they doubt themselves they know someone is in their corner. It is to show them patience and compassion along with a kick in the ass, provide support and accountability along with a dose of truth without any fluff.
I challenge you to ask me questions if what I share is unclear or if you have a desire to know more about any topic.
Tell me what you would like to hear more about?