“To live with courage, purpose, & connection – to be the person whom we long to be- we must again be vulnerable. We must take off the armor, put down the weapons, show up, & let ourselves be seen.”
** “Daring Greatly” by Brene Brown**
It’s really tough to be vulnerable when you’re not really wired that way. It’s easier to keep the armor on & say everything’s fine because opening up means you are letting someone see you weak . . . this is how I think.
But what Im learning is it’s actually the opposite. When I see someone share their deep emotions I see courage & trust – not weakness or fear!!
*** After becoming a mom for the first time in Florida, not knowing anyone, with a husband gone all day at school was HARD.
*** Not knowing what was wrong with my body & why I couldn’t nurse my baby was HARD.
*** Being overweight & not losing baby weight after all my friends said the weight would just fall off from breastfeeding was HARD.
But with Gods prompting I took a step forward in faith & made changes!!
*** I lost the baby weight (& more!)
*** I got plugged in with moms who had kiddos going through similar stages to me.
*** I rediscovered my love for fitness & nutrition.
Then I became a Beachbody Coach!
And now I’m passing on the gift to other moms just like me!! Lifting others up when they’re down, encouraging moms, & bonding together as we journey through this life is what we’re meant to do!
I have been humbled to have helped so many women this past year.
They’ve become vulnerable in challenge groups & have shared deep struggles that I don’t have the answers for.
So I encourage them, pray for them, & motivate them to keep going!
Some may say this is just a business but no, it’s so much more than that! It’s a simple way I show Gods love to people I hardly know. I have tears right now . . . they’ve chosen to put their trust in me as their coach & Im not going to let them down.
I’m done with hiding behind armor & weapons. I want to be real & help other women do the same!
It’s in your realness that you can help others & relate to them.
Your courage gives other moms courage.
Your willingness to open up will help another mom in her struggle.
Will you be courageous enough to be vulnerable too?
If you’re thinking coaching would be a good fit for you then I’d love for you to check out my next Coaching Open House! Message me for more details!