Before you can help anyone else become the best version of themselves, you have to strive to be the best version of yourself. I never understood how those in “conflicted” relationships are the first ones to try and throw out relationship advice. Or how those with deeply rooted anger issues are the first ones to tell someone else when they’re blowing things out of proportion. Or how about one of my favorites, those who constantly play the victim, but are soooo quick to point and call the victim out in everyone else’s situation. ⠀
I’m not saying before you help someone you have to be perfect. If that were the case none of us would EVER be worthy of receiving or giving information to help another human being. What I am saying is that you should always be STRIVING to be the best version of yourself. ⠀
STOP settling for where you are in life, STOP settling for how much money you currently make, STOP settling for your current health/weight condition, and STOP settling for the things you think you’re worthy of, instead of fighting for the things you KNOW you deserve. ⠀
Stop being lazy. Stop making excuses. Don’t do it for your kids, don’t do it for your husband, don’t do it for your best friends wedding that’s coming up that you want to look good for...do it for yourself. ⠀
If you’re ready to take that leap of faith and stop BS yourself, shoot me a message. Don’t look back six weeks from now when the weather starts warming up wishing you had said yes today. Invest in yourself! I have some amazing products, and an even more amazing community of people ready to help motivate and cheer you on along the way.