“Never be afraid to raise your voice for honesty and truth and compassion against injustice and lying and greed. If people all over the world…would do this, it would change the earth.”
“Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.” ―Aristotle.
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Today, I’m working on my book, I found all these little pieces of papers with quotes and sayings my mother collected over the years of being a Navy Wife. She had plaques hanging all the walls in our home showing the respect and love we had and still have for the Submariners Life.
All these little treasures are keeping me motivated in moving forward with my goal. Find motivation where you can to keep your mindset on your current project.
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It’s so easy to get in the mindset of checking items off that never ending To-Do list.
Please release that unrealistic expectation you have of yourself. You are not perfect, you never will be and honestly who the hell wants to be?
Stop trying to “do it all”. Spend your valuable time on things that matter the most to you!
Ask for help. Create a life that supports your strengths and encourages you to ask for help in the areas that you struggle.
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Accountability (noun): the quality or state of being accountable; especially: an obligation or willingness to accept responsibility or to account for one’s own actions
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It’s so true. A coach provides that accountability, that strategy, those pep-talks, the support that you need to press on and to keep you moving forward and pressing on when you are feeling tired or discouraged.
When you know you’re not alone you can always keep going. Not only does having a community raise you up to a new level of responsibility that will help you with consistency and follow-through, but it also provides a network for you to fall back on in moments when your spirits are down or you are tired of staying on that journey of entrepreneurship!
One of the most overlooked steps of successful accountability coaching is celebration . . . the secret is simple: celebrate more – pop more corks with your tribe – send handwritten cards or letters – celebrate with a small gift (I have most of the rocks my former pre-k students have given me as thank you gifts while spending time outdoors, the sentiment was always the same “Miss Cheryl, this is for you because I Love You”) small teacher celebration moments.
It goes without saying that your goals matter more than you know.People who are able to follow through on what they say they are going to do to, who are able to finish what they start, who are people who have a very clear vision into “why” what they are doing matters to them.
Clarity can push you forward to take more action, to help you “show up” and follow through more consistently and to dig-deep to find the courage to step outside of your comfort zone in order to reach your dreams.
We make our goals harder than they need to be. The truth is reaching a goal is less about doing big, drastic changes and more about doing small, daily tasks, taking ‘baby steps’ along the way. You don’t need to know all of the steps you need to take, you just need to take one step a day, every day, going towards what matters to you. Decide two things and you will have results: 1. Decide to be consistent, and 2. Decide to always show up. When you’re committed to consistency it doesn’t matter what people think about how and what you’re doing – it just matters that you show up and keep pressing forward.
It can be different for you this year. It has to be different for you, because this is your year if you decide it to be. But you need to prepare for the stumbling-stones that are going to be on your journey. You need to anticipate the challenges, and you can do that by making sure you have the right coach and a community of your tribe on your side.
Take some time today to reflect on how awesome you are and all you do!
We forget to do this so often – we Pray for others and forget to Pray for ourselves and thank your God or Goddess for all you have. I reflected on this morning about having ENOUGH. I have enough – to live my life, to make me happy, to make others happy – I have enough . . . and I am ENOUGH.
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Stop telling people the same damn story about yourself you have been telling for years.
Hello, that was me – I would tell people about my abusive-drunk stepfather and use him as a certain *footnote in my life. I would screw up somewhere along my path of life and tell people – Oh, I did that? You must have missed my little *footnote of how I grew up with a drunk abusive man in the house – you know that same old excuse you use as a crutch. What I didn’t realize, I was giving him the spotlight that he did not earn or deserved . . . instead of Me!
One day, I got sick and tired of listening to that same freakin story I told. It never made me feel good telling the story (never all of the story). One day listening to Madonna on the radio – I decided to change my story, I told myself “Cheryl, your headline from now on is going to be I MADE IT THROUGH THE WILDERNESS” I survived, that is much better story to tell.
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