“You’re The Average Of The Five People You Spend The Most Time With” – Jim Rohn
It is so important to surround yourself with people who lift you up, expect a high standard from you and bring out the best version of yourself. Otherwise, you find yourself accepting less. Less from yourself, less from others and eventually you find yourself unhappy in life, love and career.
Change is inevitable. We are slowly changing every day. Our bodies are changing, our mind is developing new reference points and our lives are transforming.
Each day our cells are changing. The lining of our stomach is renewed every few days, our colon cells die off every four days and are replaced with new ones, and we grow an entirely new skin every 2-3 weeks.
Whether the change for the good or for the worse, is up to you.
Change is inevitable. Growth is where the progress happens. And growth can happen every day – if you create it.
So what can you do this week to step outside your comfort zone? Where can you raise your standards and expect more from yourself and your life?
You only have one life to live.
So you may as well go big.
Do you drink on a regular basis? I did. I mean I’m not an alcoholic or anything, but I would enjoy my wine after work and Sunday sessions with friends. I also found I was overeating, spending money on things I didn’t need to make myself feel better and yet it wasn’t working.
I decided to do a 3month detox and it was surprising to see the changes it made in my life. The mental clarity and strength of my confidence and my resolve has changed drastically.
Ever thought “how am I going to handle this social situation without alcohol?” Yep that was me.
Never could I imagine having enjoying myself and actually dancing on the dance floor before having 5 wines!
It’s amazing what you can do when you make a commitment and stick to it.
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Do you find yourself judging yourself and other people on a regular basis? Is this a pattern we play or is it just being human? On today’s episode, I talk about the effect judging others can have on ourselves and those around us. We talk about what is happening in the brain when we choose to judge others and how we can change our perspective to respect, learn and grow through judging others.
Dr Wayne Dyer once said, “Judgements prevent us from seeing the good that lies beyond appearances.”
When we judge other people we close the opportunity for awareness and growth, connection and love.
How can you look at the whole person not just the surface value?
What can I learn about the person I am judging?
What makes them unique and interesting?
What is my reaction telling me about myself?
Am I noticing this in another person because I notice this within myself?
Are you waiting for the confidence before you step up or start something new? Is it really confidence that you need or is it courage? How do we get confidence and if we were clearer on what we want – would it be easier to get confidence?
On today’s episode, we dive into how we can generate confidence when we need it and use the feeling to help us be courageous in our business and life.
In today’s episode, I had the privilege to interview Kylie Lowe, founder of Joining Hands Australia.
I met Kylie in 2016 when I signed up to become a GiveBack Ambassador for Joining Hands to assist in providing wellness services to the homeless and vulnerable of Brisbane.
Through these amazing give back days, where I helped provide Haircuts (I am a qualifiaed Hairdresser) to homeless youth, I got to know Kylie and her mission to connect on a deeper level to these vulnerable people.
We talk about how she has overcome massive health challenges to be able to know that she is here for a reason and to be a voice to those who are voiceless on the streets of Australia.
Kylie started out in 2009 giving wellness clinics to women and children for free and has developed a sustainable business where she invites other passionate business owners to become a part of the social impact she is creating.
Kylie says, she started out with a vision and a dream and with no business knowledge, she surrounded herself with successful people and looked for constant support to be able to make her mission possible.
Through creating strong connections with these young people, Kylie understands the importance of creating kind and giving business relationships and how being aware of your inner narrative through mindfulness is a great way to keep you on purpose.
To find out more about the impact Kylie is making please visit her website on https://joininghands.com.au/
and to become part of the Giveback Ambassador Program please check out https://joininghands.com.au/giveback-ambassador/
You can also connect with her on Facebook on https://www.facebook.com/joininghandsaus/ and Instragram on @joininghandsaus
We experience Rejection in every day life – especially in business. How you handle rejection can be either empowering or defeating. How do you handle rejection and what do you make it mean? Today, I talk about 3 ways to look at rejection and how to overcome the negative emotions it creates.
I love this episode. Amy is a successful Network Marketer and an amazing wife, mother of three.
In this episode we talk about how she has retired her husband in less than 10 months, how she has built her business without using social media and how her success has changed her and her family’s lives.