Are you ready to take a few simple steps to make sure you’re doing the things that are aligned with who you are?
Steps that make life easier and suddenly your life becomes effortless?
Steps that help you make sure you’re doing the things that are aligned with who you are, replacing the time and energy you have been putting into trying to be someone or something else with more rewarding ways of living and being.
Steps that show you how to minimise the impact of FOMO and YOLO on your life which means you consciously choose the things you love doing rather than spending your life doing the things others tell you that you should be doing.
Steps which deepen your understanding of yourself and therefore your ability to implement new learning easily into your life.
You probably feel a little lost – like you no longer know where to turn for your answers.
From the second you left university you felt the pressure to rise in your career – and quickly. You fear you might never amount to much if you haven’t made it already.
There’s pressure from every corner of your life and the constant pressure has slowly eroded away your self-esteem. It feels like you’re missing a piece of yourself but you don’t know where to look for it.
You work hard and give everything to everyone else in the hope that karma will pay you back one day.
You’re constantly busy – there are never enough hours in the day – and you often panic about trying to fit everything in and keep everyone happy.
You’re so busy being delivering on the work, home, friend, social and relationship fronts that there isn’t any time to spend working through what you need to be OK.
You wake up every day feeling exhausted to your bones but you push yourself to keep going because that’s the only way to keep the panic at letting people down at bay.
You’re exhausted and secretly terrified that your life will be this way forever – your head is constantly spinning because you’re looking for the key to success – but you don’t really know what success looks like.
Your life is a mix of:
- Judgement and opinion from others on what you should and shouldn’t be doing …. And how you should and shouldn’t be doing it;
- Never having enough hours in the day to deliver everything you’ve promised to everyone around you
- Panic that you will let someone down
- Juggling being overwhelmed and having your life out of control
- Despair that you’ll never get to where you need to be and that you’ll stagnate in your life and your career
- Desperately seeking salvation from your life but being resigned that it will most likely be a slog until you retire
- Beating yourself up and being your own harshest critic because it seems like you’re constantly failing
The first thing to understand is that you’re not alone – a high percentage of the Western population live their lives in exactly the same way you are currently living yours. You’ve jumped on the drive and migration to success with everyone else – and they’re all hiding the troubling aspects of their lives as well as you are.
Until stepping away from a traditional life, I was one of these people too. I learned the hard way, but what I’ve learned is that there is a very different way to live – a way that will accelerate your life and your path to success.
Through my journey I’ve come to know that we’ve been taught to believe that change is hard and that we have to wait for a traumatic event that forces us to stop and change before we can make a difference in our own lives. Having been there – and beyond! – I can tell you with the knowledge gained from experience that everything I now have was easily available to me before my traumatic event and that change is very easy when you know how.
Imagine having the opportunity to skip experiencing the traumatic event and instead being able to step confidently into the thick of your own life, knowing that you are firmly on YOUR path.
Minimising the impact of FOMO and YOLO on your life – meaning you are consciously choosing the things you love doing rather than spending your life doing the things others tell you that you should be doing.
Having simple steps on hand in every moment so that you always know the best ways to recharge YOUR energy so you can stop being exhausted all the time.
You know – without any doubt – who you are
You can easily implement simple steps that empower you in YOUR life – leading to greater confidence and self-integrity.
You spend every day living YOUR life
Once you know these things you can’t help but live in a very different way, where your time and energy are spent on making sure you’re doing the things that are aligned with your values – giving you more rewarding ways of living and being.
When your life is effortless you know that you’re exactly where you’re supposed to be, doing what you’re supposed to be doing. Understanding how to find this place – and keep yourself there – is the key to being able to move forward and make your own decisions – about your own life!
I’m often told how courageous and strong I am, and sure – the way I used to live I needed to be all the time.
My journey has taught me that there is a way to live where courage and strength are things that only need to be brought out once in a while.
In my every day life there is very little courage and strength now – but what there is an abundance of is my ability to be smart with how I live my life.
This is why I have dedicated my life to showing people there’s a very different way to live – one where overwhelm is broken down into small, simple steps that are easy to take every day.
I want everyone to know that there are other ways to live – ones that you have chosen because you love them and they inspire you. Lives where you wake up energised and ready to bounce into each day because the days are full of the things you’re passionate about and that re-energise you constantly.
In 2015 I published my first book, Keep It Super Simple – Tips from a Recovering Perfectionist’.
Since then I have been featured in books, podcasts, print magazines, videos, interviews, print and online articles, vlogs, blogs and member platforms around the world.
This work became the bridge for people to use that enabled them to create simple shifts in their lives that would occur naturally from their making small decisions about the way they were prepared to live.
But something was missing.
I was regularly approached by people to work with them and I realised that people wanted more – that they wanted to work with me more personally.
Simple Shifts Professional Mentoring is the answer.