Hustling to make the dream work! 💪🏻 just talked to a family of 4 ... that lost a combined total of 21lbs this week. 😳😳🙌🏻 also, i started another family of 3 on the program tonight and i'm waiting to make one more call before i head to bed. i love what i do. seriously!!! people say... "find something you love to do and you'll never work another day in your life!" well... i feel that way. is it always easy to show up? no. do i coach every client perfectly and smoothly? no. do i feel feel insecure? absolutely!
but it's not about me.
i learned a long time ago... "there are other people waiting for me on the other side of my obedience." i choose to obey and know as i help them, they help me. we are better together!!! 🙌🏻💪🏻🎉 #healthcoach#healthcoaching#bettertogether#makeachange#starttoday
Join me in supporting the american foundation for suicide prevention.
i'm walking in the out of the darkness portland or walk on october 7th to fight suicide and support afsp's bold goal to reduce the suicide rate 20% by 2025.
please help me reach my goal by clicking the link in bio to donate. all donations are 100% tax deductible and benefit the american foundation for suicide prevention (afsp), funding research, education, advocacy, and support for those affected by suicide.
thank you for your support!
Making a change is one of the hardest first steps. whether it's starting a new fitness routine or changing our eating habits. getting out of our comfort zone is not easy. in fact it's pretty uncomfortable.
i'm an introvert by nature, it's so tough to reach out to new people, but what i love is success driven, like-minded people who put the effort in to achieve their goals. if you're interested in a quick fix, get rich, jump around the room opportunity i'm not what you're looking for.
but if what you want is someone to walk with you step by step, that knows the path and how to build a successful team then we might be a fit!
i help people achieve success. building a winning team starts with a proven leader by your side. that's a win-win!
you never know, this introvert might just surprise you!
If you think significant change is going to be easy, you’re wrong. it requires consistency, dedication and patience. there will be ups and downs, twists and turns. but i can promise you one thing for sure - that at the end, once you’ve achieved your goal and you’re proudly looking back on what you’ve overcome and accomplished, the entire process will have been completely worth it. because the only way to feel an authentic sense of achievement is to have worked your a*s off for it. agree or disagree?
Its really official now! singlet arrived just in time to begin the my marathon month this sunday! ive set myself another challenge to run/walk a minimum of 6.7kms every day for 30 days before my big 42.2km adventure on the 31st! hoping to clock in well over 250kms over this coming month! something ive been asked frequently "what do i get out of doing this"... my answer... better health, improving my fittness, inspiring and motivating others to make a change, improving my knowledge on the various types of heart disease and improving my understanding of heart health and its importance. spreading heart awareness, raising money for life saving research and helping to make a difference in some kind of way.
if you would like to help make a difference and make a tax deductible donation please go to my bio and click on the link. thankyou ❤
78% of full-time workers in the u.s. live paycheck to paycheck and 71% of all u.s. workers are in debt. majority of these people feel like they are in over their heads and to make it harder, they are only able to save $100 or less each month.
you guys! this is why i do what i do without apologizing. because it works global is a rescue. this adventure that i'm on gives h•o•p•e when the world says there is none. it works global saves🏠homes, 💏marriages, diminishes💸 debt, brings people back from the brink of bankruptcy, gets people off govt assistance and back on their own two feet, saves cars🚗from repossession, makes people believe in themselves again (or for the first time), shows people they are worthy of something better, that they are capable of anything, and that they don't have to live like they are. it doesn't have to be like this.❤
if you're ready to make that change for your family, i'm ready to help ♥️ 435.224.4555
I often think back to my days in the corporate world, being in a situation i was not thriving in. someone sat me down and asked me, "what do you want to do? what does success look like to you?" i couldn't answer. but what i did know is that i loved to create.
if i waited to move until i knew exactly what my life would look like, i'd still be there, sitting in a weirdly painted beige room. i knew i had to move forward. that i had to trust my gut, my instinct and embrace the idea.
has it been easy? hell no it hasn't been easy but you have to trust that those are the things that are shaping you. that as you go on living your passion, the pieces come together. you have to trust that even when it isn't certain. because i'll tell you what is certain, if you do not move, you will not achieve. the world will spin right around you. we have this idea that things are "meant to be," that they are "destined." no! things exist around us because of risks that were taken. because people pushed forward until they got a result, until they knew what they were meant to do. and that is life. so don't be scared to take that step. don't be nervous to fall down. you need that. the world needs that. without it we will have a whole lot of "could be's" and "somedays." no longer is certainty the standard. progress is the new standard.
#mondaymotivation: unquestionably believe in your capabilities! ✨
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when ursula burns joined xerox as an intern in 1980, she never imagined she would one day run the company famous for inventing photocopy machines—let alone become the 1st african american female to head a fortune 500 firm! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
well at the time, why would she? just walking through the door, fresh from earning a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from columbia university, represented a huge career leap. #ursulaburns “did expect to be successful, though,” she told @npr. “my mother raised us to think that if we worked hard, and if we put our end of the bargain in, it would work out ok for us."
today, burns is an american business leader who has been chairwoman of #xerox since 2010, & was xerox ceo from 2009 to 2016. burns was the first african-american woman ceo to head a fortune 500 company. she is also the first woman to succeed another woman as head of a fortune 500 company, having succeeded anne mulcahy as ceo of xerox. in 2014, @forbes rated her the 22nd ''most powerful woman in the world!" #nolimits 🌎👏
Who's wanting to join me in spain this december?? i want to know who is serious about making themselves a priority.
why? should we see it as selfish to focus on our ‘selves’ at a time of such violence and opposition?
no. because unless you make time to refuel your own light, you cannot re-spark the light of others.
unless you ensure your own heart, mind and body are sound, you do not have the right to impact anyone else’s.
simply put, unless you take care of you first, you have nothing to offer anyone else.
love yourself first❤️