This form does not yet contain any fields.

     ABOUT ME

    song creator, inspirational writer/speaker, good food cooker, lipstick wearer… a girl from the projects who decided NOT to settle. I'm a believer- in God, in dreams, in love, and in hustle with heart. find out more about me here.

     


    WORK WITH ME

     

    SHOP


    JOIN MY ACCOUNTABILITY GROUP


     SPEAKING

     

    GENTLE REMINDERS ON INSTAGRAM

     

    RESOURCES


     AS SEEN IN

     

     


     


    Blog Index
    The journal that this archive was targeting has been deleted. Please update your configuration.
    Navigation
    « Your Life Matters | Main | Life After Failure (Feature on TheFreeWoman.com) »
    Monday
    Jul042016

    The Real Reason You Should Keep Showing Up...Everyday 

     

     

    I show up everyday expecting things to happen.

    The thing is: simply showing up doesn't guarantee immediate success. (Personally, I think it should- but I digress.)


    Doing your best doesn't guarantee you'll get noticed.

    Giving your all doesn't guarantee you'll be appreciated.

    Applying for a job doesn't guarantee  you'll get an offer.

    Submitting the proposal doesn't guarantee  it'll be accepted.

    Giving good love doesn't guarantee you'll get loved really good, back.


    What showing up does is position you.


    It puts you in line, it declares your expectations...

    Showing up in life, everyday, serves notice to what you want the most.
    It tells your dreams, your hopes, and your aspirations that you really want it AND that you are willing to do what it takes to get it- even if that means waiting.

    No, showing up does not guarantee your immediate success; but not showing up at all guarantees your failure.


    So... Keep showing up, get in position, and wait.

    Your time is coming.
    You'll get there if you don't give up.

     

     

    Until next time, Love...

     

    "Pursue something you freaking love!

    And the process that it will take you to get it, will be worth it."