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No Pain, No Gain?





“No pain, no gain.”


“The harder the battle, the sweeter the victory.”


“Nothing worth having comes easy.”

 

We all know these sayings. But, has your life been influenced by them?

Mine sure has.


Growing up, I saw the people I admired working hard for everything they had. Struggling for the basics, not even for the fancy stuff.


So, from a young age, I learned that struggling was a sign of honor. You had to work hard and make sacrifices for what you wanted.

 

Maybe you feel the same way deep down.


And maybe you're worried that if you start making things easier, like your relationships, business, or parenting, it won't be honorable.



Maybe you’re thinking... what will people think of me …


if I start flourishing?

if running my business or household becomes effortless?

if I am no longer bogged down by unnecessary conflict or misunderstandings?

 

First of all, I’ve learned in the very recent past, that it doesn’t matter what people think of you.


And I'm here to tell you that it doesn't have to be difficult and you don’t have to struggle to make things work.


And that's saying a lot coming from a recovering perfectionist and Type A personality who used to believe she had to do everything to be good enough.

 


Wondering how I reached this level of maturity? LOL


Here's one of the ways: A single sentence from a book with a funny title.


It changed the way I lived my life and I want to share it with you.


“My value comes from who I am, not from what I do.” – Chop Wood, Carry Water


This single sentence changed the way I looked at everything.


I started writing it down every night and running it through my mind every time I would have to choose between doing a task or not.


Now, I understand that my worth isn't based on what I do, and most importantly, my success doesn't have to come with a struggle.


Yup, I said it.

There’s no honor in struggling.

You don't earn extra credit just because your achievements were harder to attain.

And it doesn’t have to be difficult.

 

I feel like I've discovered the hidden treasure, cracked the code, and found the answers. And I must share them with you.

 

Dear fellow entrepreneurs, moms, and all-around amazing leaders, I created this program with you in mind.


Share your “life lessons” in the comments. 

 

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