✨THANK YOU. ✨
I am so grateful to each of you for being part of this community and this journey. 🙏
Many of you are entrepreneurs, coaches, and consultants. I want to thank you and recognize you for showing up. It’s not easy to show up over and over again, but you keep going. You keep showing up. You keep following your potential. 💯
👀I see you. 👀
I see how hard you work. I see the sacrifices you make to create a better tomorrow for your family, your loved ones, and your clients.
Back when I was a little girl, we moved to the United States from Mexico. When we first moved to the US, we moved into an apartment with 21 people. As a 9-year-old, that meant I had plenty of kids to play tag with. But the reality was that times were tough financially. We were the family that received a food basket for Thanksgiving because we didn’t have the money for food. At Christmas, we stood outside the Salvation Army because we couldn’t purchase Christmas presents.
This time of year is very special to me, because it serves as a reminder of how far I have come and how far my family has come. ❤️
I have so much gratitude for the journey of becoming.
I would love for you to reflect on your own journey of becoming, especially as we close out 2019.
🙋What are you grateful for this year?
🙋What are you grateful for in the last 10 years?
🙋What progress did you make this decade?
Focus on gratitude for the little things.
So often, we feel like if we don’t have the big thing we’re chasing, it’s not good enough. But gratitude is big and small. Let’s reflect on what we do have to be grateful for. 🤔
When I spent time in Mexico, I noticed gratitude that I didn’t recognize daily. I was grateful that at home in the US, I feel safe as a woman. I can rely on indoor plumbing. I have a safe place to sleep. I was awash in gratitude for the things that seem little from my perspective, but are really big things.
The experience reminded me of a story:
A man was told that he was going to lose his eyesight. 👀He had a tumor that needed to be operated on, and he’d made peace with his lot in life. After the surgery, the doctor woke him up and told him there was good news. It wasn’t a tumor, but a fungus. Removing the fungus did not impact his eyesight at all! It was the best day of his life 🙌 - he was so grateful for one more day to see his daughter’s smile, to see the beautiful trees, to look into his wife’s eyes. He’d taken all of those things for granted. What are you grateful for that you sometimes take for granted?
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