This newsletter was originally sent on September 30, 2021.
October is knocking at the door, but I’m not sure if I’m ready to answer yet. I’m still trying to convince myself that summer bleeds late into the year like it did when we lived in California.
But at the same time, there’s nothing more nostalgic than the crisp fall air here in Washington. It was the time of year we moved here, and it will forever remind me of the excitement that came with writing this new chapter of our lives.
If you’re looking to cozy up this weekend, stick around your house, and enjoy some “me” time, grab a copy of my book, You Deserve This Sh!t, to be your companion. I specifically wrote it as an easy read to create something simple to digest while still being immensely impactful.
Thanks for reading this week!
Stop thinking that there is a right way to do everything. The right way to do anything in life is the way that works best for you.
Here’s a piece of advice I once heard that changed my perspective: “There’s no such things as this is how it’s done.”
Start taking action in ways that make things work best for you.
Motivation won’t get you to the finish line, but discipline will. If you master your discipline, you’ll be able to continue on your quest even if motivation doesn’t knock on your door in the morning.
Nutrition is important: Your body reflects what you put in it.
Same goes for life.
Your community is important: Your life reflects the people you put in it.
You can live a life without passion, but you may find your days lack enthusiasm. Passion can serve as the lighter fluid to your life’s fire. Without it, your fire can still burn but could be hard to start. With it, your fire can roar all the way through.
You Deserve This Quote
A quote from my new book, You Deserve This Sh!t:
“One way to grow as an individual and strive toward new opportunities is by always wanting to expand your network. Believing you know everyone you need to know to become who you want to become is a fallacy. Your network is your net worth, and who you know does actually matter.”