Here are the things I’ve learned that I wish I could teach myself 10 years ago:
Stop Following Someone Else’s Idea of Success
Just because your friends are doing it, doesn’t mean you have to.
Think about the life you want and learn from the people who are living that life.
Follow Your Gut 🧭
You have two brains. Your logical brain and your gut.
Your gut told you not to take this job right after college.
Your gut told you to travel and experience life, where you discovered the life you want to live.
Every step you take in the direction your gut points, the quicker your best life will manifest.
Stop listening to everyone tell you how to live your life. Start trusting what your gut is trying to say.
Become Self-aware 🙇🏻♂️
You’re not in a race with other people.
Be better than who you were yesterday.
Finding one more thing you’re grateful for
Doing 1 more uncomfortable thing
Spending one more hour getting better at something you love.
Solo Travel 🌎
Seriously. Just go.
Buy the airplane ticket first.
Trust that you’ll figure out the rest.
And when you do, that’s where you’ll find the confidence you don’t have.
Oh yeah, all inclusive resorts, cruises, and excursions are NOT TRAVELING.
AND LEAVE your friends at home.
You don’t know what this is yet. But do it anyways.
Start off every morning by Priming with Tony Robbins
Your mind won’t feel so cloudy and confused. You’ll find focus, revelations, and inspiration.
This is how to fill up your creative gas tank every day.
AND FINALLY, your life will all come together almost a decade from now because of this 👸🏻 @sveklina.
You’ll know her when you see her.
Trust your gut.
Countdown from 5.
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