Do you ever get so caught up in the logistics of things that you find it difficult to take action?
Executing a plan or following through with a dream that you have can be hard. Especially if you feel like it’s a lofty goal, unattainable or something you aren’t deserving of.
I know the struggle all too well. As a matter of fact, it took me some time to realize that it’s something I usually encounter when I’m doing something new.
Fear of what others will think has slowed me down in so many avenues, especially when it comes to work. “Will I seem odd? Different? Foreign?” “Am I even doing this right?” I’d be a total liar if I told you that I don’t have these feelings.
A few weeks ago, I was looking through my phone and ran across a video I recorded the day after I gave my notice and was taking the steps to work for myself as a wellness coach. I shared a short clip of it on my Instagram.
With the launch of my new group coaching program Chaos to Clear, I’m finding myself confronting those feelings all over again. In Chaos to Clear we’ll be diving deeper into tackling fears and limiting beliefs. Schedule a discovery call with me if you’re interested in learning more 💕
It’s such a raw video, far from pretty and it’s the reminder that I needed. I was crying, my nose was running and I said in the video that I knew that there was a reason that I was making this big leap. I knew that I was meant to make an impact and help women of color take care of themselves and live their best lives because the only way that you can truly take care of others is when you take care of yourself.
It felt like the perfect time to see the video, tears and all.
✨ Although I still don’t know what things fully look like for me yet, the things that keep me motivated are looking back at hard times and seeing how far I’ve come.
✨ Being able to see the forward momentum, no matter how messy and emotional, has been a reminder that the only way to truly get through difficult times and unknowns is to trust yourself, trust your track record of surviving difficult situations and the belief that what is yours is meant for you.
How do you get through uncertain times?