It’s not what we do once in a while that shapes our lives. It’s what we do consistently. -Anthony Robbins
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So what does it take to create awesome? Over the last couple years, and really, over my entire career I have studied many businesses, including my own. I am one for keeping things real, and simple. While there are several ways to create awesome and people are doing it every day, it is the following traits and actions that I see which are some of the most important, and conveniently enough, they all begin with the letter C, so I call this the Creating Awesome Recipe.
Believing your awesome and learning to love yourself and believe in you. This is absolutely the biggest roadblock to awesomeness in the professional beauty + wellness industries in my experience. You can have all the education and motivation in the world, BUT, if you do not feel deserving of success and happiness, another class or workshop will not help you. Truth.
Turning your fears into creative fuel. Learning to say YES, and more importantly, NO! It’s a decision. It’s a choice. Make it.
Discovering your awesome and finding your purpose, promise and passion for yourself and your business. When you have clarity, those around you will too. If you want people to buy into your vision, seek clarity first, and then share it.
Living your awesome and creating systems, processes and plans for growing your business, consistently. This holds true in business and in life.
Are you prepared to make it happen, even on the days you don’t feel like it? Enough said.
Sharing your awesomeness by engaging and marketing online and off to grow yourself, your team and your business. Creating deep connections with the world around you brings so much more meaning to owning and leading a business.
George Bernard Shaw once said,” The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” Truer words have never been spoken. Communicate with your team, clients and community. They will be grateful, and you will be a much happier owner, leader and awesomeness creator.
So there you have it. Pick one, work on it, then move to the next. Rome was not built in a day… and neither are our businesses or lives.
(shared with LOVE from Nina)