Do you ever just feel like you need a big life change? Now I am not just talking about changing up your morning routine or your favorite brand of running shoes (although both of those would be big changes for me), I am talking about a life change—a change in direction, a change in your “best made plans.” Change can be terrifying, but it also can be invigorating and purposeful.
Change allows you to expand and pursue what truly lights your heart on fire.
Personally, I am in the midst of some big changes and could not be more excited to share those with you in the upcoming months! But to really figure out what and why I wanted to change and expand, I had to dig deep first.
Digging deep is hard—it forces you to be vulnerable, even if you are only being vulnerable with yourself. Digging deep might reveal your shortcomings, but on the flip side, it also points you towards where you truly can shine and have the biggest impact in this world.
I got off the phone call last night on a branding call about some new exciting things and was so invigorated by talking through what change looks like and digging deep into the heart of the matter. So today, I want to walk you through the process that has been so helpful to me to create change with intention, to ask yourself the deep questions and expand your life goals beyond what you even thought was possible.
With summer coming to a close, NOW is the perfect time to hit “refresh & reset.” You may have a little extra time on your hands in this season, or you may feel relaxed and rejuvenated after taking some time off. And this is why NOW is the perfect time to focus your priorities and ask yourself if it’s time to shake it up a little!
Is something your doing, something your eating, some tool your using or a way of living just not working for you? Instead of going to a negative place telling yourself ohh it’s your fault, or you could be better, how can you change “that thing” and make it work for you?
It’s easy to get complacent and just keep going because it’s safe. But complacency never won an award, so today, I want to encourage you to dig deep, ask yourself the scary questions and start pursuing intentional change.