embarrassing fact: i used to never stick with things I wasn’t automatically good at. At age 21, nails was the first difficult thing that I persisted with.
I didn’t understand the 3D elements needed to create strong nail enhancements + it was super discouraging.
3 years into it, it dawned on me to ask for help.
To be open to receiving coaching vs remaining a victim to my ineptitude.
To decide to get out of the drama of the 6 days/week hustle + take a day to improve the rest of my career.
To become a beginner again.
This perspective shift changed everything. ⠀
✅ I discovered how to stop pocket lifting. ⠀
✅ I learned how to sculpt strong, long claws on scary ass forms. ⠀
✅ And I stopped wasting all that precious monomer with needless wiping!
When I learned how to sculpt efficiently, I effortlessly shifted my focus to the business side of my business.
And I scaled quickly and easily into 6-figure territory. (Which, in Denver, is kinda required nowadays.) ⠀
It isn’t exactly easy, but it is simple. And maybe a little scary, too.
What is possible when you stop beating yourself up for “failung” or making “mistakes”? What’s possible when you use those lessons to build a stable foundation for your impending success?
Because your success is inevitable.
p.s. the class I took was #CND Master Architect from @alicia.bryant.mayes. We don’t have one on the books for Denver yet, but keep checking CND.com for the next one in your area. ⠀
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