The absolute worst word in the entrepreneur vocabulary, is balance. As women we try to strive for it all.
We want to crash the glass ceiling. We want to be the authority in our brand space.
In short we want it all.
Is it always easy to achieve? No it is not.
What it can do is bring an inner peace to your heart and allow your abundance to flow.
You first have to determine what things in your life and business are working for you and which cause you the most stress.
Seriously brain dumb every scenario that is bringing you peace and every gut wrenching scenario that is leaving you struggling to keep your head up.
Which ones do you want to keep?
Which ones do you need to keep?
Which ones need to land flat in the trash and not come back?
It becomes very difficult to find balance when we are holding on to people, places, businesses that are not serving us.
Whether you have a mental shift or you actually remove the trash, it is important that you work to become aware of both the positive and negative energy that is surrounding you.
It may not be easy to walk away... It may actually have been your lifelong dream and you feel you have stepped into it.. but as time goes on the people, the air, the place is just not right for you.
In that moment it is time to pick up yourself off the mat and walk away.
Conversely those things that excite you daily, those things that make you smile, the friends you miss when they aren't right there with you those are the things you keep.
That is how you find balance in this world of high demand. Focus on those things that make you happy and the abundance will flow.
It will take work. It won't be easy. Friendships and dreams may go. In those moments though. Those moments you will find your next level self and she won't look back.
“I believe in pink. I believe that laughing is the best calorie burner. I believe in kissing, kissing a lot. I believe in being strong when everything seems to be going wrong. I believe that happy girls are the prettiest girls. I believe that tomorrow is another day and I believe in miracles.”