I believe that part of being a high-achieving woman (corporate professionals or business owners) is loving who you are – no matter your size, what you look like or don’t look like, where you live or don’t live, or where you are in your career or your business or your life.
It is about accepting who you are and loving who you are now and then making those ‘radical decisions’ to achieve a better you so that you can have the lifestyle of your own design – not someone else’s design.
I love reading anything that Jim Rohn has produced. Below is one of my favorites:
You’ve got to be a dreamer.
You’ve got to envision the future.
You’ve got to see California while you’re
climbing 14,000 foot peaks.
You’ve got to see the finish line while you’re running the race,
You’ve got to hear the cheers when you’re in the middle of that monster project.
And you’ve got to be willing to put yourself through the paces of doing the uncomfortable
until it becomes comfortable,
because that’s how you realize your dreams.
– Jim Rohn
Once you love who you are, once you know what success is for you, then define or re-define your personal core values (if necessary) for your lifestyle and always have a Strategic Success Plan for your Life!
Excerpts for this post were taken from my Amazon best seller, Fit, Fine & Fabulous In Career, Business & Life.– it will give you the direction you need to make the change you need to get to where you want to be in career, business and life.
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As a reminder, for career and businesswomen it’s always about – ‘Results. Uniqueness. Differentiation.’ I call this your ‘RUD’.
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