An Impossible Four Minutes

Why do some people achieve the impossible while others do not? Like the four-minute mile. Impossible: not able to occur, exist, or be done Have you ever wanted to do something but weren’t sure how, so you didn’t act upon it? Have you ever seen something done that you resonated with but didn’t pursue it yourself because of your beliefs aroundContinue reading “An Impossible Four Minutes”

Where to Spend The Money

Cars, trips, designer clothes, exorbitant gifts. You’re going to spend the money somewhere. What’s missing from that list? I can think of a few things, with one of the biggest being the amount of money you invest in yourself. And no, I’m not talking about a college degree. Unfortunately, you can spend tens of thousands of dollarsContinue reading “Where to Spend The Money”

Top 10 Personal Development Books

This post contains affiliate links Last week I talked about using reading as a way to build consistency into your daily life. This week I’m excited to share some of my favorite personal development books. Top 10 Personal Development Books: The Compound Effect: Jumpstart Your Income, Your Life, Your Success by Darren Hardy The 10X Rule:Continue reading “Top 10 Personal Development Books”

Financial Freedom: free budget tool

Today I’m so excited to share my Budget Tool with you. You will be creating your financial freedom in no time with this monthly plan. My story A couple years ago, I was over six figures in unnecessary and silly debt. I was filled with anxiety, always questioning, and not seeing my true self worth. Now, I’mContinue reading “Financial Freedom: free budget tool”

3 Steps to Success in Business

Oftentimes I am asked about the mindset needed to be successful in business.  Whether you’re a CEO of a national company, a cashier at a grocery store, or an up-and-coming artist in the music world, YOU, are divine and have the birthright to truly live the life you desire. Discomfort But often, with that comes fear,Continue reading “3 Steps to Success in Business”

Imposter Syndrome

Have you ever heard of “imposter syndrome?”  It can be defined as a collection of feelings of inadequacy that persist despite evident success.  Imposters suffer from chronic self-doubt and a sense of intellectual fraudulence that override any feelings of success or external proof of their competence. I want you to notice a very key and important word in thatContinue reading “Imposter Syndrome”