Have you ever based your decisions on someone else's opinion?
- Don't let anyone's opinion of you get to your heart
- Protect your ideas, your dreams, and your goals
- It's important to stand your ground and go after what you want... whatever IT is
- Keep people aroudn you that support you and cheer for you. Hold them close.
If nothing was holding you back, what would you declare? What would you go for?
How do you keep yourself motivated?
What do you do when you're struggling?
Motivation will always come in waves.
You won't always be motivated, so you have to start building healthy habits. That's how you get to the next level. That's how you create confidence. That's how you become resilient. You show up for YOU.
What do you want?
Join me in this episode as I take you through some questions that I ask my clients to help get you to the why of your goal and how you can change your mindset to go after them.
Relaxation & Renewal Brunch
I get this question all the time.
Most of the time we want something because we're looking outside of ourselves and reaching for a feeling that this "goal" will bring us.
Only focusing on ab exercises are not going to get you a six pack. You cannot spot-reduce fat.
In order to live our best life and take care of others.
You've gotta focus on putting yourself first.
Self-love is something I have to practice every day. It's an on-going process that will only get better with time.
What’s one thing you can do right now to show yourself appreciation?
What are the 3 things you’re choosing to implement?
Fit Mom Freebies:
What makes us have an all or nothing approach to fitness? How can we view it differently?
In this episode, you'll learn about building your body equity. It's what I teach my clients to live a more balanced life, because the truth is, nothing is 100%, but by staying consistent with our plan, we can learn to find a balance that's true to us.
We get triggered every day, by family, friends, partners, our kids--something happens and instead of responding from a place of joy and ease, we usually react--which causes fear, annoyance, anger, impatience, and stress.
Triggers are an opportunity for us to go within and observe our feelings and understand what is causing us to react this way.
The question is how do we over come this?
Keep listening to learn how to cope with this, by responding instead of reacting.