Ever do something totally out of your comfort zone?! .
To be honest, i never really did until i started Coaching! I found ways to get out of most situations that scared the crap outta me, I hated public speaking, I failed speech class In school because i refused to speak. But i was also holding myself back, insecure, and had no passion or belief in myself.
Before I started Coaching I was afraid to share my journey on social media. And i was the last to get a smart phone and Facebook...I was afraid to tell people what I was doing in these health and fitness accountability groups because I thought they would judge me or laugh at me. I was afraid to tell people when i became a coach because i thought they wouldn’t take me seriously.
Personal development is part of my job. I get to work on my mindset and my self limiting beliefs, and get paid to do it.
Also my Coach @ashley_spalding17 challenges me to step out of my comfort zone. She believes in me, which helps me to believe in myself. I know that if I want to be successful and move forward, i have to do the things that scare the crap out of me. So i do. .
I think to myself, what’s the worst that can happen? And what are the possibilities? Wanting to succeed is way more important to me than the Fear that held me back for far to long
And once I start doing the things that scare me, they get easier and easier, to the point that it is becoming second nature to me. And every time i do something that scares me, it builds my confidence.
I no longer consider myself shy or say that i have social anxiety. I don’t let those labels define me anymore! I believe in myself now. I know I can do anything i put my mind to! And that’s a great feeling!
Don’t let your past define you. Don’t let labels describe you. Stop letting things hold you back! You can become who you want to be by facing your fears and believing in yourself! ❤️
I get paid to workout, work on my mindset, be of service to others, and share my journey on social media, all by working where ever I have wifi. Seriously WTF!! .
Why the FK aren’t you doing it with me!!👭
2 316 hours ago
Part of being human and emotionally and spiritually healthy is being real when you have been hurt or disappointed. It shows you had hope and an open heart. Hiding that part of you leads to having to live a facade like things are always happy in social media land. There is nothing wrong with being vulnerable and openly acknowledging you miss someone or you are sad and disappointed things didn’t last. It shows you have a heart and you were open to trying to be known and loved, at the risk of rejection. #vulnerability#brenebrown#easydoesit#adhd#divorce#grief