Hard Work and Hustlers

“Some say good girls don’t hustle. Well I’m okay with that. I care more about changing the world than I do about its opinion of me.” ~ Rachel Hollis – Girl Stop Apologizing
I spent a really long freaking time worried about what others would think. You know about the fact that I decided to be a stay at home Mom. But realized I want more. That I felt like I lost myself in my kids. I love them more than anything. But my identity became just Mom. I could not even remember the stuff I enjoyed doing and I down played staying home. “Oh you know I’m just a Mom.” When I signed up to be a coach. I wanted to build a business, but let the worry of what others would say hold me back. My faith in myself was non existent. Saying things like that’s great they are so successful. But I’ll never be there. I’ll never be a top coach. While secretly in my head I’m SCREAMING! “I WANT THAT! I WANT TOP 10.” But little old me. I’m just a Mom.
No More Doubt! I love what I do! My work does not feel like work! I help amazing women find themselves and believe in themselves and most importantly… LOVE themselves as they are! While working on getting healthier.
And every single day. My vision for where I’m going is becoming clearer! So I’ll put my head down and hustle. Supporting and loving on my girls is easy. The hustle of the business can be hard. But I will be in that Top 10.
Mommas, Ladies, do you feel what I’m saying? We can do anything we want! Hard work and hustle!

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