Breaking Up With Perfection

On this episode I talk about time. You’re always looking for the perfect time, right time to do things, new job, new health regime, baby, and relationship but sometimes, there is no right time. When it comes to getting something done, you always want to begin with the end in mind. If you focus on the some day you are never going to focus on today. Today, we’re going to talk about today.

Let’s be honest with each other there is never a right time to do anything. Sometimes it’s just a matter of figuring it out and just doing. . A person you should consider that helped me organize myself was Steven Covey. One tip he has is to begin with the end in mind. A lot of us have an end, but that this can also be a sticking point because of things like “when this happens then X will happen”. You spend so much time waiting for X to happen that you don’t really think about solving for Y. It goes back to high school algebra, when there is an X and a Y, you have to solve both for the equation to fit.

As women, we put so much pressure on ourselves. We put pressure on ourselves to be the best wife, the best employee, the best mom, to be the best at anything we do. We need to learn to balance our lives out and take the pressure off ourselves so that we’re equal. Sometimes you have to take from the left and give to the right, and sometimes you have to take from the right and give to the left.

What do you learn from this episode:

  • Why it’s important to put yourself as a priority
  • How important it is to have peace and balance in your life.
  • What Steven Covey has to say about circumstances
  • How prioritize your fitness and your food less stressful.
  • A workout doesn’t have to be in the gym. It can be as easy as taking a walk around the neighborhood when you’re pressed for time.
  • How having an accountability partner can help you succeed
  • How to scale back how you look at your goals.

My name is Kim Barnes Jefferson; I have a deep passion for guiding others towards fulfillment and success with an emphasis in fitness. I teach busy professional women to stop the extreme dieting/training merry-go-round and start giving themselves permission to live a healthy live without deprivation and guilt.

I can be found most days hanging out in my Facebook Group Women Who Thrive. It’s a place for women who are ready to ditch the diet and fail in love with their bodies, businesses and lives. You are done whining and are ready to get shit done and stop struggling with where they “should” be or what the they “should” be doing to live a healthy lifestyle.

This is a place where you will learn how to take consistent action while feeling confident in what to eat and when.

If you are looking to unleash your feel power and not be ruled by your food choices and want to love what you see in the mirror. You’ve found your tribe.

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