“So when we take a step back, and we start to actually seek fulfillment in areas outside of our business. When you rewrite what success is. It allows you to see things differently, and therefore do things differently because you believe differently.” - Kelsea KoenreichFor a long time, I held a cer
Publish Date: May 07, 2021
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“So when we take a step back, and we start to actually seek fulfillment in areas outside of our business. When you rewrite what success is. It allows you to see things differently, and therefore do things differently because you believe differently.” - Kelsea KoenreichFor a long time, I held a certain belief about what success was. I believed I needed to do more, to have as many clients I could, so I could make the biggest impact possible. As my business grew, I recognized that my beliefs about success had evolved over time. What I thought I believed, didn’t align with what I truly believed. And that’s ok. We are meant to change and evolve over time - including our beliefs. This week, I share with you:How I let go of deeply rooted beliefs and ideas of successMy definition of success The steps you can take to rewrite what success means to you As you walk into the next level of yourself, rewrite what success means to you and put into practice what your mission and vision actually is. Become who you are truly meant to be.And I would love to support your through that transition. I have 2 spots open for 1:1 Coaching for Q2!Send me a DM with any questions or email me at firstname.lastname@example.orgTimestamps:[00:57] Success[01:59] Whats is being successful[02:28] Success can and does exist without external validation[02:37] “What I believed about success vs. what I believe now is one of the hardest shifts to make.”[08:00] Kelsea’s current definition of success[11:35] “We are meant to consistently evolve”[14:56] Is my current view of success preventing me from alignment, from growth, from evolving.[19:59] Action step, question to yourself