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I get asked A LOT about how my clients and I beat the odds.

Years ago, I would give a long winded, lawyer-like answer (old habits die hard) about there being a "confluence of circumstances," that would come together to make our success inevitable.

Now, I am rather direct.

While indeed, there are many things that come together to bring about success on this journey, there is one thing it unquestionably REQUIRES.

Integrity.

The integrity to fucking do what you say you are going to do.

How many times have you said, "I'm willing to do whatever it takes!"

Yet, when things get "expensive," "uncomfortable," or you come up against other people's opinions, you back down and slink back into the cozy cesspool of fear, negativity, and life-sucking self-pity?

Be. Honest.

I'm calling you out, because I give a shit.

In the early days of my journey, I talked such an embarrassingly huge game about "doing whatever it takes."

But, when things got rough, I would immediately retreat to the tentacles of my fear.

I acted like a gross, two-timing, Tinder swiping, commitment-phobe boyfriend when it came to my dreams.

You're better than that.

If you say you'll do whatever it takes, do exactly that.

Give yourself permission.

Refuse to self-abandon.

Let your actions be in integrity with the truth in your heart.

It's what women who beat the odds do.

Even when they are afraid.

Even when it's painful.

Especially when it's inconvenient.

And, most it importantly, when the chips are down.

My ladies live their journey with HELL YES integrity.

They know they are unstoppable when their thoughts, words, and actions are in alignment--it's how they make the seemingly impossible, possible.

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...

Honor your integrity. Do what you say you are going to do.

You know exactly where you are holding back on your journey.

Quit two-timing your dreams with a loser named FEAR.

Make the decision that you are going to make a BOLD MOVE in the name of what you desire. Do what you say you are going to do. Make the call, write the email, invest the money.

There's nothing more expensive than regret.

Stretch yourself! It's about progress, not perfection.

If you are finished with letting fear, negativity, and other people's opinions stand in the way of what you desire on this journey, let's talk. Isn't it time your thoughts, beliefs, and actions were in integrity with the success you crave?