This opportunity to show what my level of consistency looks like when I show up calls for a growth mindset, not taking the word no personally, or fearing rejection.
These interactions this week were frustrating because being tested, yet alone threatened and called names is not easy to deal with. I’m proud of my responses to the confrontations because people I care about witnessed my reaction and saw how I choose to be in the world.
I think its time to take a look in the mirror and acknowledge what I’m accepting as mediocrity in my life.
Take one small step forward and trust yourself that you are working in the interest of becoming your best self. Be done with repeating the mistakes of your past.
I found my voice 16 years ago when I was just starting to come into my own and develop confidence. A useful way of venting my frustrations growing up in Joliet, Illinois feeling alone.
Starting at 20 minutes a day, I started looking into areas I thought I needed to improve on. Areas that I feel are going to help me become a better person if I’m trying to be my best self-every day. Nine different areas made my list to focus on.