Ditch the Excuses
How many times have you thought about starting something new? We get these grandiose ideas in our heads about new projects, learning a new skill, starting a new health regimen or perhaps a new business venture, and it stops at the IDEA. What is stopping you? One of the big things that we create right after the idea is EXCUSES. We find excuses why we can’t or shouldn’t get started.
I don’t have time is an easy excuse when you are staring down the barrel of something new. We all have busy lives and time is valuable. The question you need to ask yourself is, How bad do I want this? If the answer is YES, I want this badly then you will make the time. There may be areas or things in your day to day that may rank lower on the priority list that you can eliminate to MAKE the time. What are you willing to stop doing to find more time?
About Jennifer Adams:
Heal, fuel, feed, repeat…
Here I am taking the journey from corporate life to purpose life. I have climbed the ladder of life in parenting, work and self-development. What once was a woman who lived the “should” life, I became inspired to live the purposeful life. Always finding myself being the one people called for help or answers, I decided to pursue it further. With a suitcase of wisdom and carry-on of wit, I am traveling to the land of passion. I rock at bringing out the inner awesome in others. It was always there in various stages and capacities but I pushed it aside to do what I was “supposed” to do. The gates have opened and I am off…to chase the dream of breaking down the walls and limiting beliefs that keep others from truly showing up for this thing called life.
A little background about me:
From single mom at 18 to Vice President of a Corporation at 38, I spent 20 years healing, fueling, and feeding. I dropped out of high school 2 months before graduation, pregnant, and got my GED. I went to work full time at various jobs always working to make ends meet. I have what I like to call a “Custom College Degree.” I took more classes than what it took to get a degree, just not in the traditional curriculum determined by the schools. I have accounting, business and information technology education that I needed to get the job done, do it well and move up. It worked! I am now married with two awesome kids and I have no regrets. I love working out and living a healthy life style. My dream is to have a log house on the water with tons of property for flowers, vegetables and English Bulldogs and you know what, I WILL have it!