Robin Hallett is my guest today and this might be the first interview I’ve walked away from feeling truly enlightened — a true sense of who I am and where I’m going. And best of all…the fact that it’s ok to be vulnerable, uncertain and scared.
Robin and I have a great conversation about why it’s important to let go, just be yourself and deal with the bolder in your back pocket.
Before we jump into the interview I want to talk about success and the importance of loving yourself.
Just Be Yourself
“Always be a first rate version of yourself and not a second rate version of someone else.”
I love this quote! Especially since we live in a me too society where we use the success (or alleged success) of others as our measuring stick.
We all do it, we’re guilty.
We look up to the Marie Forleo’s, Amy Porterfield’s, Carol Burnett’s (odd I know, but I love her!).
We’ve been guilty of looking at the success of others and thinking…why not me, why am I not at the same level? Why can’t I be like her?
I must not be good enough!
I must not be good enough because of _____________ or because I don’t know everything about ________________ or I don’t have the __________ resources that she has.
Here’s the truth….
You Are Good Enough
Say it out loud with me….You Are Good Enough!
Yes, we’re all on different paths, at different levels and with different resources, but that’s ok.
If you want true life success, you must change your script, learn to love you for you, and just be yourself.
In my interview with Robin, we discuss this in more detail and why it’s SO important to deal with the issues that are keeping you from being the best you.
She shares her story on how she’s overcome huge obstacles to get to where she is today. She’s learned to let go and to be herself. You can too, so watch the video below:
About guest Robin Hallett
Robin’s mission is to help people rock their lives like they really mean it. For the past 13 years, she’s been helping people all over the world (entrepreneurs, couples, and even moms and daughters) to liberate obstacles and heal the wounds that bind. Her approach is straight to the heart with kindness and compassion.
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