I was doing too much.
I was a professional, a wife, a mother, a daughter, a friend, and a host of other titles and roles I had chosen to take on. I had goals, dreams, and desires and I created them all in real life. I mapped out plans to achieve exactly what I wanted and I accomplished what I envisioned.
Sounds all good, right? Not exactly.
In all my clarity, focus, and productivity I was driven to create a full life that was not fulfilling.
Every day, I would make sacrifices and hustle and grind creating result after result but at the end of each day I was exhausted and unsatisfied.
My day rarely felt complete and the things that mattered most to me, including my own well-being, were constantly left on my “to do” list for tomorrow.
I was highly intentional...or so I thought.
I wanted to stop doing so much but I was afraid of letting go of a pattern I had not only mastered, but one that had served me well for years.
How was I going to balance my responsibilities, achieve my goals, and maintain some sanity if I stopped all my “doing”?
The Answer? BEING.
Intention is about who you’re being, not what you’re doing. I had achieved a lot by planning and organizing my life, but it had me constantly focused on doing the most.
I became obsessed with designing a system to structure my energy, time, and focus
YOU DON’T HAVE AN INTENTION, YOU ARE AN INTENTION.
You may have been confused before but now it’s crystal clear.
It’s time to create the exact life you’ve envisioned. You know the life we’re talking about—the one overflowing with physical, mental, emotional and spiritual balance, pleasure, fulfillment and impact. The one where the #GlowUp is real and your magic and brilliance are fully expressed and aligned. Where you’re making a difference in your home, at work, and in your community.
Oh and baby, you are energized and enjoying it all along the way.
And IT’S yours for the creating.
But something’s been missing. You’ve been stuck strategizing away, waiting for that someday when the time is right to knock on your front door and usher you into this next phase of your life that you see and want.
Believe me, as intelligent, action-oriented, and influential women, we get it. You’ve built a good life and you’ve accomplished so much. But let’s tell the truth, your comfort—or discomfort—is familiar and it’s working, right? So how in the world are you going to make this shift without disrupting your whole damn world?