If you think that your business and well-being are completely separate entities, I’ve got news for you… Most entrepreneurs – especially at startup – are doing this solo. That means that you ARE your business. Even if you work with a small team, there’s a good chance that you are the linchpin. The one-piece that makes everything else work smoothly. Perhaps you are a solopreneur and do 100% of your business tasks. Perhaps you outsource a few things but are responsible for the m
There is this idea that when you accept yourself, when you embrace your body, and when you love who you are, that you are settling. That you somehow stop growing. NOTHING could be further from the truth. Unfortunately, there are people in this world who treat it this way. There are those who just think "I accept myself no matter what" and live a life where the choices they make hurt other people, where they stop striving for greatness, and where they give up on their dreams.
This is a loaded topic with a million and one opinions out there. The fact is, there is no right or wrong answer. It's a personal choice. You are autonomous. Yet everyone will push their opinions on you. There is no argument about being an athlete and having high fitness goals and being body positive. Being a corporate executive and having high career goals and being body positive. Being a parent. Being an actor. Being successful at anything. Yet somehow there IS an argument
Celebrating your body might feel hella exciting to you! Or it might feel SUPER uncomfortable. Either way, I hear you. And I celebrate that you are here! Creating a positive relationship with your body can be confusing. As a woman, you have been told your entire life that your value is dependent on your appearance. That having the "perfect" body will make you happy. And that you will fall head over heels and have mind blowing sex - but only if your body is slim and toned like