A sister friend called me fearless + brave yesterday. I accept that. I have never been afraid of taking a risk. Transitioning into a “forbidden” world of self-healing, I will carry that same enthusiasm.
I will own those character traits.
I opened an account on this platform to share what I was doing, a public diary.
I organically started a fitness business + met sooooo many beautiful souls teaching around the world. Fifty states in one year with a saved 40k from teaching in a parking lot for $5/class.
I became a gym owner, with about $200 to my name after my tour. I held a massive hours long class to make a deposit + first months rent on a space, fearlessly.
I forgot how fearless I was when I first read my diagnosis. I actually went numb for days. But... I got it together + remembered who the hell I was + what I AM CAPABLE of. I remembered I was brave.
No matter how big or small the trauma, situation or diagnosis is... Be Brave. Having or showing mental or moral strength to face danger, fear, or difficulty : having or showing courage.