Whenever someone shares something awfully negative about you, you can let it upset you, belittle you, and even deter your plans. *
That's one way of approaching things. However, we also have the option to use these words to construct a road to our version of victory. *
When someone says, "You cannot," just smile and say, "Thank you." At that point, add it into the pile of things, which you can use to fuel you. *
We each have the option to allow their words to break our spirit, or we can use these words to make an even better version of ourselves. *
Before you go, remember that their words can either immobilize you, or they can help propel you forward, and don't forget to tag someone who may need this reminder.
Man I fell into this hole this morning seeing other content. Whether in life, business.....kids, partners.....followers, posts, collaborations etc it can really effect you.
Trying to embrace the uniqueness of being myself starts NOW. .
#quo#quotely #quote #uniqueness#wahm#bossbabe#mumlife#worklife#instagram
Day one is fucking haunting. What if there is no day two? One day is for wanderlusting over Instagram accounts filled with destinations to go to from all over the world. Not a decision to better yourself and your life.
Make it today be the turning point of choosing a happier life. Take action tomorrow, even if you haven’t perfectly plan out everything. Your mind will thank you. #journeytoamagnificentlife#progressionoverperfection
“Freshman year of college, I was sitting with one of my softball teammates and she said, ‘What do you want to be when you grow up?’ And I said, ‘Well, I’m getting my engineering degree..’ She cut me off and was like, ‘No! I’m not asking what degree you are getting, I want to know what do you want to BE when you grow up?’ And that was the first time that that question really hit me. There’s a difference between what you are doing and what you WANT to be doing. If I could be anything, hands down I want to be a doctor. And then she was quick to point out why is my major so different than what I want to be doing. Just because I may be good at engineering and it’s the type of job that has a lot of possibilities doesn’t mean that’s the thing I need to settle for. Now that I’ve graduated with my mechanical engineering degree, I’m in my internship with Hospital for Special Services and fighting for what I think will make me happy because I know that will make me a better person.”
-Jen is #RIPPEDforREAL.