Quit being a quitter

I realized something about myself recently and it’s kind of embarrassing to admit… I’ve always been kind of a quitter.

These are just a few of my graceful bow-out incidents:

I went to cheer camp in elementary school but quit the day of tryouts.

I was in the color guard for my freshman year in high school but quit before sophomore year.

I became certified to sell insurance but quit a couple weeks into the job.

I applied for a Master’s Degree and paid to take a test to get in but freaked out and quit a few weeks into studying for the test.

Why did I quit? I straight up just got scared of failure and took the easy way out.

I am FAR from perfect, but I officially quit being a quitter.

I have SERIOUS goals for my career, my health, my family, my lifestyle and I can literally FEEL the pain of the gap between where I am now and where I want to be.

This time I REFUSE to quit.

I am DETERMINED to reach my goals and embrace the learning experiences on the way.

The coolest things I’ve learned since embarking down this COMPLETELY unknown and sometimes TERRIFYING path of building my own business as a new coach:

Change is possible.

Growth is possible.

Reaching really BIG goals is possible.

It just takes action. Nothing big. Just action towards your goals every single day.

Do what others are not willing to do: never give up.

#goaldigger #quitbeingaquitter #girlboss #fitdrivenmom

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