Hey guys I hope you had a productive day!
In today's video I am talking about.. How people on the success curve in the beginning live very uncomfortably vs on the failure they live super comfortably.. The people living on top, live a life that is in some ways very uncomfortable. Successful people do what unsuccessful people are not willing to do and often that means living outside of ones comfort zone.
The people on the other side are comfortable; they're with the masses. Their lives are more comfortable early on but much more uncomfortable later on. Suddenly late in life they find they don't have the finance health relationships and their lives become very uncomfortable.
By contrast successful people... end up far more comfortable later on because they have finances health relationship etc
So what do we have to do? It means that we have to change our thinking about comfort zones. It means that we have to embrace living uncomfortably in order to live a genuinely comfortable life.
I have had my fair share of uncomfortable experiences from getting in front of the camera, to changing my routine, to reaching out to people and connecting, living in my car outside, saying I'm sorry for how I acted.. I mean I could go on and on but all these things made me feel uncomfortable.. but I know as a result that the very things that made uncomfortable where all things in needed in order for me to grow and learn!
I always now take being uncomfortable as a very very good sign💕
Are you living outside your confort zone? Or are you headed with the masses? Drop a comment below letting me know and if your headed with the masses what is your plan of action!
Let's grow together 🔥
SET YOUR OWN WORTH || Your value is entirely up to you . Your identity is up to you .
Who you want to be is up to you.
Don't live a life of social media or people pleasing .
Do what gives you joy !
Your value is not in the comments , petception, opinions, actions or words of others.
Where are my dog peeps at? Kona thought I put down my yoga mat as extra cushion for him to lay on. He wouldn't move, like literally no matter what I did he wouldn't budge 🤣 But the workout had to go on cause my goals don't care if a cute fur-ball was in the way, they just care if I did my workout or not. 💪🐶💪
Your breath is powerful in controlling your thoughts and actions.🦄 When you're on stage speaking sometimes you get anxious, at that moment you may need to just take a deep breath or two and relax.🙏 A deep breath helps you focused on your desired outcome. It helps you stay in the vibration of what you are creating.
Before you go onstage breath deep and smile about the opportunity to share and work with others. Then remind yourself if you get to excited to breathe and smile.😊 It's amazing how much it will help you stay on track and in control of your thoughts and give an amazing presentation!
Go forth and speak with ease👍
One reason journaling is important: Because when you go back and read what you wrote last year and realize that you are in exactly the same place making the same excuses, you'll finally realize it's time to get off your behind and do the work😌
It's time to make a change
Queens support Queens 👸🏾❤️👸🏽! & this Queen is on her way to #NYC !! Listen, I've been taught and mentored by @iamandromeda and she is a beast ✨🔥! #NYC come out and support one of the best at her book signing for her latest book @she.wins on Oct 5th ! Can't wait to see you sis ❤️!! #LinkInHerBio for tickets! CC: @womenbychoice #IAMNikkiePryce#IAMCommunity#WomenSupportingWomen
“May God Almighty bless you, and make you fruitful and multiply you, and give you the blessing of Abraham, to you and your descendants with you,
Genesis 28: 3-4
"God's purpose for wealth is to establish this vision" - Pastor Faisal Malick
Pastor Faisal Malick is an powerful preacher who gave us an amazing word on how the people of God can further the Kingdom with their finances and wealth! To hear more, visit Hrock.tv. .
Had a great time presenting at the IA Watch Commitment to Compliance Conference in Boston. Great panel, great crowd. Thank you Carl Ayers for the opportunity to share my story and put a (semi) human face on why a strong and independent compliance program is critical to the success of an enterprise.