I just want to say, thank you so much for being a part of this community. It means the world to me to have you in this exclusive group of people who are making tiny shifts every week and experiencing massive shifts over time.
I believe in a world where people are more afraid to stay the same than they are to make changes. I’m on a mission to change the societal crisis of living on autopilot. You, my friend, are shaping and building that world with me. I appreciate you being here 🙂
Thank you for reading this week!
This is a 4-for-1 idea: Which motivational quote below is your favorite?
- The competition isn’t them—it’s you vs. you.
- Chase your dreams because no one else can for you.
- Start just like you said you would.
- Believe you can, and you will.
Respond to this email with 1, 2, 3, or 4 to vote. I’d love to hear your opinion 🙂
Trust your gut, not your head.
Every morning is a clean slate. You have the opportunity to choose your mindset for the next 24 hours. That choice will shape your reality.
The other day someone asked me, “What are your thoughts on cutting out toxic people versus forgiving them and asking them to grow with you? When is each appropriate?”
There are two truths about life you should be aware of.
Truth #1. We live in a world where you can forgive and cut someone out, or you can forgive and give them a second chance. Forgiveness is letting go of resentment and anger, but that doesn’t mean you need to still associate yourself with that person if you don’t want to. At the end of the day, forgiveness is an act of personal healing.
Truth #2. We live in a world where you can’t expect someone to change if you ask them to. Asking someone to grow only works when they have the innate willingness and desire to do the work. They will not change until they make that decision for themselves.
So when is the appropriate time to cut someone out or forgive them and ask them to grow with you? The appropriate time is when it’s appropriate for you. You’re the creator of your reality, and you must lean on your inner guidance system to tell you what’s right for your life.