How many times have you been told, "be realistic?"
When discussing your journey with other people, do you say things like, "Well, I have to be realistic," as you robotically parrot some grim statistic?
It's amazing to me how we are conditioned to live small, dim our light, and make ourselves wrong if we dare to have positive expectations.
We are taught to "protect" ourselves by not getting our hopes up.
Then, we wonder why we struggle to pull ourselves out of the quicksand on Negativity Island.
What if you stopped doing that shit?
What if you put your whole heart into being ridiculously unrealistic?
Being "realistic" didn't get me anywhere on my journey.
Had I been realistic, I would have given up.
That didn't sit right in my soul.
I was sick of being the "good girl" on my journey, who just accepted what I was told, without thinking critically about whether it was really TRUE for me.
If I was going to beat the odds, I had to be smarter than that.
I decided to create a new experience.
With the mentorship of wise Alpha Females, who are fierce AF, that's what I did.
I was trying to have a baby in my 40s--I could NOT afford to be realistic.
I consistently held a new set of decidedly unrealistic beliefs in my mind.
I consistently took unrealistic action.
Then I began achieving unrealistic results.
I am not sharing this to brag--quite the opposite actually.
This is possible for you too.
You've just got to being willing to trust the HELL YES in your heart.
My ladies give being "realistic" the bird.
They know anyone intent on beating the odds can't afford to be that boring.
Decide you will be one of them.
Change your mindset, change your results.
Intrigued? Here's an exercise to take this to the next level...
Time to get unrealistic.
Where are you selling yourself short or missing out on opportunities, because you are trapped by being "realistic?"
Are other peoples' notions of "realistic" really true for you?
You've got one life baby--make your own rules, so you can create results that are awesomely unrealistic!
Stretch yourself! It's about progress, not perfection.
If you are ready to start thinking, believing, and acting like a woman who triumphs on this journey, let's talk.