Overcoming Your Internal Resistance: Reclaiming Your Power to Say ‘I want to’

LISTEN TO EPISODE 118 HERE -> https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/hu7cUeTDtzb

Yesterday I had the day off.  It was Sunday and I typically try to keep this day for rest and relaxation.  A day to read, spend time with my thoughts – maybe that is in the form of journalling or simple reflection, rejuvenate, practise some self-care and do what feels most comfortable and aligned.

Instead of sleeping in, I decided to attend a spin class with Bill, an instructor at our fitness facility who had been away on vacation for a good 3 weeks.  I was excited to get back to spinning in his class because you get such a great workout in.

As the day progressed, my body yearned more and more for movement.  So, I went swimming at the local indoor pool.  An easy swim, I told myself. 

Before I knew it, the day had come to an end and I had done 4 workout sessions if you can include the two dog walks – the first in the early morning and to end the day, we try to take Charlotte out again.  So, I also clocked just shy of 10,000 steps.

Not a bad workout day at all.  So much for R & R this Sunday.

I’m so glad I did. It felt great to walk outside in the fresh air, move my lower body in spin and challenge my upper body at the pool.

If you find this annoying (I would have found it annoying a few years ago)… please understand this:

I didn’t always feel this way.

There was a time when exercise was something I absolutely dreaded. It would have been dreadful enough to do one workout… and there’s no way I would have considered a second or third.

Yet somewhere along the way, this changed for me. Exercise became something I no longer had to do, but something I genuinely wanted to do. It became something that I truly enjoy. And, it is something that my body craves.

How did it happen?

Getting (& Staying) Motivated

A question I hear a lot is, How can I get motivated to…

Eat healthy
Lose weight
Get in shape

There are lots of tips that can help. Things like:

Making it fun
Making it a part of your routine
Doing it with others (if you like others, lol)
Charting your progress
Rewarding yourself

However, I think it’s important to understand this:
Motivation is needed for the things we DON’T want to do.

We don’t need motivation for the things we WANT to do.
The secret, then, is turn those things we HAVE to do into things that we truly WANT to do. Once we’ve achieved that, we’re golden.
The Process

There’s a process you go through when turning things you have to do into things you truly want to do.

When you understand this, you realize that lack of motivation and frustration are a normal part of the process.

No need to beat yourself up about it. Honour where you are in the process, and understand that if you stick with it, it gets easier.

What is the process, you ask? Interestingly, it’s a form of culture shock.

Culture Shock

I’ve travelled and moved a fair amount during my life, and I spent 25 years of my life in a foreign country. So, culture shock is a concept I know well. 

Culture shock is the personal disorientation a person may feel when experiencing an unfamiliar way of life.

When you decide to embark on a new, healthier way of life, it’s a culture change. Although you’re (probably) not travelling to a foreign place, you are still venturing into new territory.

As you leave your old way of life behind and become accustomed to this new way of life, there are four natural stages you go through. These stages are:

Stage 1: Honeymoon

In this stage everything is new and exciting. Enthusiasm and motivation are high. Differences between the old and new way of life are romanticized.
If you are currently in this stage, enjoy it! But beware… It won’t last. Be prepared for what’s coming next.

Stage 2: Frustration

In this stage, differences between the old and new way of life become apparent. The excitement wears off, and frustration sets in. You realize that the new way is not comfortable and not easy. 

The important thing to keep in mind is that this is normal. It’s really tempting to give up and go back to your old way of life, where things are not so difficult. But it’s important to hang in there.

This is the most difficult stage. If you can make it past this stage, it gets easier from here! 

Stage 3: Adjustment

In this stage you’re becoming accustomed to the new way of life. New habits and routines start to feel more natural. Your attitude/outlook improves.
This is when you realize, Hey this isn’t as bad as I thought. This is getting easier. I’m feeling pretty good!

Things start to get good here. You start to see progress and feel proud of yourself.

Stage 4: Adaptation

In this stage you are able to participate comfortably and fully in the new way of life. It feels easy and natural.

When it comes to healthy lifestyle changes, this is the stage where “have to” evolves into “want to.” Over time, you learn to love the new way of life more than your old one… because you feel so much better!

In fact, if you go back to your old ways, you’ll likely feel “off,” which will motivate you to get back on track.

You might even find yourself doing things that you once thought were insane — like heading outside for a second workout. 🙂

Remember, it gets harder before it gets easier. 

As you work on a healthier lifestyle, It helps to:

Be aware of the process.
Be prepared for frustration (which is normal).
Pick yourself up when you fall, and stick with it!
Know that it gets easier with time and practice.
How about you?

Can you think of a time when you went through the stages of culture shock? How did it feel when you made it to the adaptation stage? I’d love to hear from you. Leave me a comment below!

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Thanks for supporting my podcast, my blog and being a goal-getter,

Lisa O

Love Yourself Unconditionally

LISTEN TO PODCAST EPISODE HERE -> https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/0uq7c03vpxb

In today’s episode of the Inspiration2grow podcast we are going to be talking about starting a love affair with a very special person – yourself.
It’s Tangible Tuesday and today I’d like to provide a few tips on how you can begin loving yourself wholeheartedly and unconditionally.  Be sure to stay until the end, there’s a special poem – just for you.

🧡it’s time to fall in love with ourselves all over again🧡. Maybe you struggle with this OR perhaps you just need a reminder. This month can be a great opportunity to start a practice of self-compassion and appreciation—to really take the time to nurture our souls so we can show up as our whole selves.
We have to learn or re-learn how to love ourselves.
Your personal relationship with yourself, the way you love you, the way you listen to you, the way you talk to you, the way you prioritize you, the way you celebrate you, the way you nurture you, the way you adorn you, the way you cherish you… all of this is what allows YOU to be a great partner to someone else.  It all starts within YOU.  In order to have healthy relationships with others, first and foremost, you have to be capable of loving yourself – both inside and out.
Learning how to love yourself does not just benefit your relationships.  It benefits your health and your whole, entire life.
We spend far too much time in admiration of others who have achieved more, who have reached new heights, who have done all the things.  What we should be doing instead is…looking within ourselves to find all the wonderful, amazing things we have accomplished in our lifetime.
Valentine’s Day is traditionally the day when we show love, appreciation, adoration, and deep admiration for others.  I encourage you to flip this tradition on its head and dedicate the day to loving yourself, all that you have become, all that you are, all that you want to be.  Spend the day writing down all the incredible things you have achieved during your precious lifetime.  Then jot down all the marvelous things you still want to accomplish – dream big, I mean really big – the sky is not even the limit. 
For today, in honour of yourself and the love you’d like to shower on yourself, ask yourself what the ultimate act of self-love would be?  What are you craving?  How can you treat yourself?
Obviously, this looks different for everyone.  It might be booking a day at the spa for some luxurious, much-needed treatments.  It could be booking a trip somewhere – just for the day, a week or longer.  It may be going shopping and buying yourself that top, dress or outfit that you have wanted for some time now.  It might be taking yourself out to a restaurant for a tasty meal and just sitting alone in silence dreaming up your next big goal or move you are going to make in your life.  Whatever it is, YOU DESERVE IT.
And speaking of “love” this month… there are a few things I want to remind you of… because there are a lot of people who think they are unlovable.  They feel they have to change themselves in order to gain love from others.  My message to these people is… you have to stay true to who you are deep inside.  You have to remain authentic to you. 
For those who are seeking love but feel like you have to change, remember these next words.  I hope they are inspiring and empowering at the same time.
It’s not that you’re “hard to love”…
It’s that you’ve finally realized how love lands best for you, and you’re not accepting anything less than the kind of love that allows you to feel fully seen.
It’s not that you’re “high maintenance”…
It’s that you now know what your soul needs to thrive and feel alive, and you’re not standing for anything less – you now have boundaries (they aren’t fierce, they are flexible), but it’s a different vibe.
It’s not that you’ve changed…
It’s that you now realize what you truly want for your mind, body and soul, and you are working harder than ever, prioritizing your habits over everything else.
It’s not that you’re “too much…”
It’s that now you have felt a glimpse of your truest self, and you crave to express the symphony that is on your soul – loudly and often.
You’re not here to be understood.
You’re not here to stay stagnant.
You’re not here to be nice (kindness, yes, always).
You’re not here to create artificial harmony.
You’re not here to follow the crowd.
You’re not here to be “normal”.
As the good ‘ol saying goes – People come into your life for a season, a reason, or a lifetime. It’s not up to you to decide on the placement.
You’re here to be ruthlessly committed to following YOUR own path to health and wellness, and you’ll be met by the perfect beings at every level.
But most of all, you’re here to be loved, BE love, and love. Period.
So dive in deeply this month, Lisa, and give yourself the permission to fall more in love with who you are and all that you are becoming…because you are MAGIC. 
A poem to remind you of your self-worth…
Accept yourself as a work in progress to continue 
to build yourself into the person you’re dreaming to be;
the person you have all the potential to be. 
Accept your flaws, accept your truths. accept your past. 
and make light of them. no one can tear you down if 
you make peace with who you are and where you’ve 
If you are going to focus on the negative at all,
focus on turning them into positives. focus on growing.
Sometimes, often times, our minds are the scariest 
place to sit. It’ll trick you into comparing yourself 
to others and it’ll trick you into believing you aren’t 
good enough. but you are.
You have always been and you always will be.
You’re much more powerful 
when you believe in yourself.
If you don’t love 
all of you, who will? 
Give yourself time to blossom. 
Reyna Biddy 
And, that’s your Valentine’s message for today, friends.  Dedicate the day to yourself, shower so much love on yourself, do the things that bring you joy and contentment, plan and dream of your next moves, write out the words “I love myself from top to bottom, inside and out.” And stick that on your mirror to look at each and every morning.  Have it as a note on your phone – wherever you can be reminded time and time again.
On that note,  I want to tell you just in case no one has told you yet today…
You are loved, you are a capable, brilliant, incredible human being.  I believe in you 100 %. Now go out there and show the world what you are truly made of.

Thanks for tuning in today and as always, I hope to have inspired you to grow.
Remember to … love yourself first and be your own superhero.
Til next time.

Get Your Fit On – Interview with Tara de Roos

LISTEN TO PODCAST EPISODE 59 HERE -> https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/Yo571wi2Qwb

Connect with Tara de Roos here –

Instagram @tara_de_roos

Trainer at – https://toppperformance.com/

Some of the golden nuggets she shared in the podcast episode:

“A sound diet and proper exercise are the only ways to achieve good health.”

“It’s a journey not a race. Putting in a lot of effort occasionally will not yield the results you want. Commit 100% of the time and be patient.”

“No one is judging you at the gym. Everyone there is just trying to become a better version of themselves.”

“You will never be satisfied after reaching your goal. You’ll always be looking to the next challenge.”

Wise words by Tara de Roos, CrossFit L1 Trainer and Natural Bikini Bodybuilder competitor, Personal Trainer

Slow & Steady Wins The Race

LISTEN TO PODCAST EPISODE 58 HERE -> https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/tJRe6FbaPwb

In today’s episode of the Inspiration2grow podcast I am addressing the problem with our mentality in present-day society of wanting everything:  success, results, return messages by text or email, a great life, 6-pack abs, a toned body, weight loss, and the list goes on – and wanting it immediately. 

How many times have you quit at something you started feeling like a failure because you didn’t see or get the results you wanted?

For many of us, this often happens when it comes to weight loss or results from exercising.  The scale doesn’t budge or our clothes are still too tight and I can’t fit into those jeans I bought 1 size smaller than usual with high hopes of slimming down and being able to rock them confidently.

If you’ve ever resorted to looking for help in muscle or fitness magazines, you might have bought into the promises of achieving ‘a new body in four weeks’.  Not to mention the clever marketing of various supplement companies promising quick progress and insane strength when taken every day.

The fact of the matter is -> when it comes to fitness, there are NO SHORTCUTS.  At least, no healthy ones.

Any attempts to fast-track progress will likely results in feelings of defeat and extreme frustration.

If you’re following this podcast, odds are you want to excel in life and fitness.

You are interested in changing a few things, introducing some new habits, incorporating a suitable exercise routine, ramping up your eating habits, setting and going after realistic goals and tweaking your current lifestyle to reflect and align with the YOU that you want to be more of.

However, in going after these new habits and goals we have to remain PATIENT.  And, we all know that patience isn’t our strongest virtue, especially in today’s world of “overnight body transformations” and “overnight rags-to-riches stories” of success, right?  It is these click-bait stories that lead us to believe in overnight success, which is nothing but a fairytale.

Let me repeat that again -> the concept of being successful at ANYTHING overnight or within a short period of time is a complete and utter fairytale.

Advertising leads us to believe these fairytales and makes them sound so blooming real and something we, too, can achieve.  BUT…

What we don’t hear about is how hard that individual had to work for that particular moment of glory.

Many of the highly successful writers, celebrities and and everyday fitness professionals to whom we look up have, at one point in their career, felt defeated and lost, ready to throw in the towel.

They didn’t wake up the next day and magically transform themselves.  No, no, no they didn’t.  Instead, they put their heads down and went to work with clear goals ahead of them.

Using the example of the tortoise… it stayed the course and approached the race methodically or strategically against the hare.  And, you need to do the same with your goals, any goals really, not just fitness goals.

Of course, I will be using examples from exercising and fitness, but these tips apply to any goal you want to achieve.

Slow and steady wins the race.  Every. Single. Time.

One of the key ingredients to success in life and fitness is to stay persistent.  We tend to give up and quit on our goals when the fruits of our labour don’t appear as quickly as we’d like them to.

Those extra pounds won’t vanish immediately, just like companies don’t turn into billion-dollar empires after their first business deals.

Don’t forget how many months it took you to gain the extra weight you want to lose, so you will need the same amount of time, if not longer, to shed this excess weight.

Your body is only capable of losing so much weight in a given time period, so don’t let this bog you down. 

Last week I made a post in the Inspiration2grow for Female Goal-Getters FB group about adopting a ‘crockpot’ mentality versus a ‘microwave’ attitude toward achieving goals.

I think this is a very relatable analogy because we all know how to use these kitchen tools.

Microwaves are used for heating up food in a shorter amount of time. 
Whereas, preparing a meal in the crockpot takes considerably more time, but the result is so much tastier, if you ask me.

Going back to the example mentioned earlier = the microwave is the hare and the crockpot is the tortoise.
And, in today’s show I’d like to go through 4 ways to help you adopt a crockpot mentality or, if you will, a tortoise mentality toward a slow and steady journey to reaching your fitness goals and achieving success in whatever it is you’d like to achieve.

1.       Don’t obsess over the HOW or WHEN.  Instead, focus on your “WHY”

At the beginning of any new endeavour, your motivation is bound to be quite high and your adrenaline is fueling your actions.

However, after the initial excitement wears off and life returns to a steady routine, will you remain consistent with your efforts, following the plan, sticking around to actually reach the finish line? Or will you give up and quit?

This is when you have to revisit your WHY.  When the routine and banality of everyday life starts to creep back in and the adrenaline that got your going is waning, remember WHY you first started this journey.  Visualize how amazing you will look and feel in your new body.

Just know that by staying the course, your confidence levels will increase and catapult you to doing more amazing things in other areas of your life -> just by sticking with the plan, chasing down your fitness goals and accomplishing them.

Remember your why.  Revisit your why.  Remind yourself of your why EVERY SINGLE DAY.

Write it down somewhere visible for you to see everyday.

This is, and always will be, the first step in setting goals -> get clear on your ‘why’.  Know why you want to succeed with a particular goal, be that fitness or other, and don’t allow anything to get in the way of that.

2.       Keep an open mind.

Fitness is not a dictatorship.  Choosing to adopt a healthier lifestyle by incorporating more fitness and better food choices is “Your Own Health Adventure” where you make the decisions, and you make the rules.

Being able to succeed in both areas of cleaner eating and more exercise over the long term requires you to have a particular method or routine which fits your lifestyle.

Slow and steady progress only becomes a problem then IF you are miserable throughout the entire process.

Don’t be afraid to try various eating or exercise strategies until you find a routine that feels effortless and works for you.

3.       Give doubt the cold shoulder and run away from the haters in your life.

Nothing kills your goals faster than the so-called ‘dream crushers’ and negative people you might be surrounded by.

If you find that friends, family, co-workers, neighbours even or anyone else is constantly crushing your motivation or disrespecting your aspirations, distance yourself from them immediately.

Here’s the problem…we are already our own worst enemies ridden with guilt and self-doubt (especially when we’re trying new endeavours), so that last thing we need is more negativity from people around us.

It can be difficult to do, but don’t allow these people to get to you.  Here’s the raw truth of the matter…they don’t want to see you succeed because then they’ll have no excuse for why they can’t get themselves going and be amazing and remarkable, just like you.

Remember that your own success and reaching your own dreams in life are so much more important than anyone else’s opinions of you.

4.       Stay in your lane.

Before you try to set out and accomplish any goal in life or fitness-related, YOU NEED A VISION.  If any situation or decision doesn’t align with your purpose in fitness or life, then don’t do it.

By this I mean, just because your neighbour is doing something, doesn’t mean you have to follow suit.

Just because you see some gimmicky product promising rapid health benefits in a short period of time, don’t buy into the hype or marketing.

If it sounds too good to be true, it most likely is.

The more connected and fully aligned you are with your vision, the easier it will be to show up for yourself, your habits and your goals each day.

And, sometimes, the real reason why you aren’t succeeding with a particular goal isn’t due to the effort or lack thereof.  It is because the goal isn’t in alignment with who you are.

For example, if you can’t workout 5 days a week, stop lying to yourself and cut back to three times.

If you have trouble with binge-eating in social environments, just be honest with yourself and admit it.  My advice would be to prepare yourself for the situation by eating a snack at home prior to getting together with friends in a social setting.

The message today is to stay focused on your goals.  Remember that slow and steady will win the race and take you to the promise land.

I would also like to invite you to become part of the Inspiration2grow community on Facebook.  The group name is: Inspiration2grow for Female Goal-getters.  It is meant to be a community of like-minded women who want to grow strong from the inside out.  There will be daily journalling prompts, nutrition and fitness tips, exercises to try, encouraging conversations among the community and lots more.  So, be sure to join this group for support, new ideas and the necessary rocket fuel to propel your health and wellness to new heights.

You owe it to yourself to take care of yourself, show up for yourself and become the best version of YOU.

In case you haven’t heard it yet today, let me be the first to tell you…

You are incredible, capable and your potential is limitless.  Never forget that I believe in you 100%.  Now, go out there and show the world what you are truly made of.

I hope to have inspired you to grow.

Til next time,

Lisa  xoxo

5 Ways to Boost Consistency

LINK TO PODCAST EPISODE HERE -> https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/K1O8asIRGwb

In today’s episode of the Inspiration2grow podcast I am talking about the problem of the vast majority – how to be consistent.  I conducted a little survey on social media, and 8 out of 10 said they were currently struggling with consistency or had struggled in the past.  So, I asked those who had overcome their struggle with consistency to share with us ways that helped them.  I will also share some of my own experiences and spice to the discussion as well.

The question was… in ONE sentence, what is your best advice for someone who is struggling with consistency?

I’ll start by giving you the one-liner responses I received, then I will expand on the concept a bit myself.

1.       Get up early and eat the frog fast.

For those of you who have never heard of or read the book by Brian Tracy “Eat That Frog: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done is Less Time” – this piece of advice is referring to eating the frog first OR in other words, tackle the biggest, most daunting task first thing and get it over with.  The rest will feel easy.
Tracy’s book is based on the principle that ->
It’s time to stop procrastinating and get more of the important things done! After all, successful people don’t try to do everything. They focus on their most important tasks and get those done. They eat their frogs.
There’s an old saying that if the first thing you do each morning is eat a live frog, you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing you’re done with the worst thing you’ll have to do all day. For Tracy, eating a frog is a metaphor for tackling your most challenging task—but also the one that can have the greatest positive impact on your life.
2.       Get into the mindset of relying on your own inner discipline, and consistency will start to happen really quickly.

The D-word -> DISCIPLINE.  Whether you like to hear it or not, it does play a major role in establishing a new habit consistently.  You see, discipline should be treated or considered a muscle.  You have to train it, and force it to grow. 

Everyone begins feeling motivated to start something new, whether it is a new hobby, a new sport, playing an instrument, or a workout routine.  We feel an initial spark that piques our interest and gets us to take the first steps.  BUT, motivation will not keep us going at a consistent pace.  You will need to develop a solid discipline muscle as well as integrity to show up even when the going gets tough. 

One way to strengthen your discipline muscle is to plan on doing the task, hobby, workout, practice session – whatever it is – at the same time every day, NO MATTER WHAT!

So, you’ll have to be realistic what time of day that will be.  Could it happen first thing in the morning before the day becomes busy and hectic?  Could it happen later on in the evening when the children are in bed and the day has quieted down?  You know your schedule best, so choose a time that works best and will not be interrupted.

Make this new habit a daily recurring task – make it non-negotiable.  Tell everyone in your family that you have reserved this time for yourself.  You are unavailable because you have an important appointment with your GOALS. 
3.       Keep struggling, but never quit.

You have to realize that not every single day will be perfect, at least your vision of ‘perfect’.  I would suggest you reframe your thinking in this regard. 
Showing up for yourself and executing the new habit in some way, shape or form is PERFECT. That’s the perfection you should aim for.
What I mean by this is:  One push-up a day for the rest of your life is better than no push-ups for the rest of your life.  I know, I know, I know that once again I am using a fitness example.  However, this holds true for any hobby or habit too.
Just the other day, unfortunately I can’t recall where I heard this or who used this example, but basically, they said, “If your goal is to start flossing your teeth, start by only flossing ONE tooth each day.”  That’s all.  Do this simple action until it becomes a habit. 
If you want to start eating healthier, start by eating one fruit or vegetables as a snack each day.  No more, no less -> just do that every day. 
If you want to become a writer, just write one sentence a day.  That’s all.  Just one.  You’re done.  Rinse and repeat every day.
Giving 10% is better than giving 0%.
Consistency doesn’t mean giving your all each day.  That’s striving for perfection and we all know, this isn’t realistic.

It can be…. Monday 100%
Tuesday… 56%
Wednesday … 20%
Thursday … 45%
Friday … 70%
Saturday … 12%
Sunday … 100%
Just make sure you do the smallest thing you can do every day.
4.       Figure out how to break it/your habit down.

Once people realize how to break down their goals into much smaller manageable chunks, the task seems far less overwhelming and the steps you need to take are far easier.
This point ties into the one I mentioned above about one sentence a day, completing just one exercise for one minute a day to begin a workout routine, learn one new word a day if your goal is to study a foreign language.

Start small, even smaller than you imagine.  Then build yourself up.  Create that inner momentum and slowly, but surely you can increase your commitment over time.

The key to consistency is showing up without giving up.  Make it hard for yourself to give up & easy to show up.
5.       Remove the friction around this new habit or goal of yours.

You might feel some kind of tension or friction that gets in the way of being consistent with your goal.  This friction will have to be nipped it the bud or eliminated.
First off, prepare your things the night before.  Failing to plan is planning to fail.  So, get everything you need ready in order to create a pleasant experience or activity the following day. 

Maybe that is prepping your food, laying out your workout clothes, getting the coffee maker ready to perk, jotting down the top tasks for the next day (the M.I.Ts -> most important tasks to tackle), journal a bit on how you want to show up for yourself the next day.

Lower your expectations until you reach a spot of NO FRICTION, an ‘easy-breezy-lemon-squeezy’ level of action that you can take.  For example, if you want to read – then just commit to reading ONE page.

If exercising 10 minutes is too hard, commit to only 5. 
If 5 minutes is too hard to start with, commit to 2 minutes. 

Make is as easy and enjoyable as you possibly can.

Don’t push yourself to go bigger than you are able to commit to.  Reduce your expectations to a minimum.  I know that sounds really strange, but consistency is born through doing the smallest task regularly over time.  This is how habits are formed, ones that will stick with you for the long-term.
You don’t need to climb the entire mountain in one day. Completing just 10 steps a day is better than 50 steps in one sitting and then burning out. 
The days you work (on your goals and habits) matter more than how much work you do in one day.
I would also like to invite you to become part of the Inspiration2grow community on Facebook.  The group name is: Inspiration2grow for Female Goal-getters.  It is meant to be a community of like-minded women who want to grow strong from the inside out.  There will be daily journalling prompts, nutrition and fitness tips, exercises to try, encouraging conversations among the community and lots more.  So, be sure to join this group for support, new ideas and the necessary rocket fuel to propel your health and wellness to new heights.

You owe it to yourself to take care of yourself, show up for yourself and become the best version of YOU.

In case you haven’t heard it yet today, let me be the first to tell you…

You are incredible, capable and your potential is limitless.  Never forget that I believe in you 100%.  Now, go out there and show the world what you are truly made of.

I hope to have inspired you to grow.

Til next time,
Lisa  xoxo