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Changing goals and Evolving Perspectives

In a previous blog post, The Power of Goal Setting, I discussed Rachel Hollis’ goal-setting method and how I follow that typically.

And sister it is no joke! The power it has is unlike anything else! Writing down your goals and bringing them to life is so empowering but also grounding.

But the truth is my goals seem to change like the tides and honestly it kind of freaks me out🤷🏼‍♀️

I have a notebook filled with my goals and dreams and I think in the past year my career ideas have changed like 5x.

So being a recent grad and feeling like I have to decide what I want to do is absolutely terrifying.

But hear me out, just because my career ideas have changed doesn’t mean my goals at their core have changed.

If I go back from when I first started writing them, at their core, I always mention being my own boss and helping people. That is what I want to do. It doesn’t matter the title but if I can help people in ways that align with my ethics then I’m doing what I need to do.

I also want this to be a reminder to all my fellow health and fitness entrepreneurs or advocates, just because you feel like you “should” do something because that’s what everyone else is doing doesn’t mean you should actually do that.

Amidst the crazy of quarantine I have learned a lot about myself, mainly that despite writing in my goals that I want to make workouts, I actually despise doing it. But I did realize I thrive in areas where I don’t have to make workouts and I can just coach you through the movements.

So the Wellness Initiative is adapting to this epiphany of sorts.

I don’t like making workouts so unless that changes that is no longer a focus. Instead I want to use my strengths in planning and my knowledge to help create health and wellness initiatives and conversations. So give me a topic and I will do my best to bring it to light here on the blog.

Finally, I want you to remember that just because you don’t enjoy something now doesn’t mean you won’t in the future. So I dare you to get uncomfortable 1x a month, whether it’s in your personal or professional life, try again at the thing you aren’t a fan of, does it still annoy you or is it a bit more enjoyable?

Ask these questions!!! You are your goals are constantly changing but there is always room for growth and with growth comes vulnerability.

I’m right there alongside you and I promise to continue to try aspects of this business that I don’t really enjoy, to give it the time to potentially evolve into something but with no pressure or expectations attached to it.

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