Jump Feet First

When I decided to start my own online training business it was because I had reached an impasse. Also known as: I was really tired of working for assholes. Not always assholes in the sense of the fact that they treated people like shit (although some of them did) but that we shared no semblance of a belief in treating others the way you want to be treated – in life, in business, and in professional occupation.

 

I was at a fight or flight spot, shit or get off the pot. Follow your passion or sink into just okay-ness  – being in that phase that most of us find in our careers known as the “imposter phase”. The part of your life where YOU know that you know what you’re doing… but can you convince others? Will they think you are inadequate? What do I do if I don’t know something?! (The answer to this is normally Google, and read).

 

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Step One – Go all in.

I read the book #GirlBoss and it clicked. Just fucking go for it – jump in feet first and figure out how to land on your way down. I would never have the type of success or life I wanted if I didn’t custom build it for myself. I was only limited by my fear of stepping out of the box. We will get into the nitty gritty details at some point, but it took some messy shit to get where I am now. Online clientele, my own training studio, and in a spot to be able to venture into to avenues of business – because complacency is boring, and life is far too vibrant to not continuously grow in some aspect.

 

Putting yourself out there is scary, believing in yourself and knowing you are capable takes some huge cojones. We get caught in this place as women where we want people to recognize our skills and worth, but not at the expense of being seen as selfish or self-righteous.

I’m here to show you there is a way to be blissfully happy and in-love with your life – without being perfect, without being your ideal weight on a scale, without knowing exactly what you are doing.

 

We are collectively getting our shit together, one adventure at a time.

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