In today’s solo episode, I wanted to chat a little bit about the times that we are feeling down and how to lift yourself back up in order to be a strong leader. I want to let you know it’s okay to not feel 10/10 all of the time, but it’s important not to linger in a rut.
We all have our moments and you can be down, just don’t stay down. You’re going to have times and days that you are off, but how long do you want that to last for? Hold yourself to a higher standard and show up for the people who need you. Also, be careful about what you spend your energy on and how it’s affecting you.
You have to have a mindset shift if you find that you’re constantly going through high’s and low’s in your mood. Energy levels can flow, but it’s important to stay as consistent as possible as a leader. People rely on and appreciate consistency.
One of the top qualities of a leader is centeredness. In order to grow, you have to be able to bring yourself back to a centered place. It’s okay to be down, but regroup, and don’t stay there.
You have to make sure to put action over anxiety. It doesn’t do anything to dwell on things. Move yourself forward by taking action. Be solution oriented and get yourself on track with the things you know you should be doing.
Take care of yourself. We know internally what we need, so do the things that are going to make you feel better. Find your passion and enthusiasm.
Resources from this episode:
Get The Book “People Follow You” by Jeb Blount Here
Check Out My Website Here
Book a 15 minute 1:1 Discovery Call Here
Sign Up For Virtual Bootcamp Groups Here
Discover Coaching Mentorship Here
Check Out 14 Nights of Easy Dinner Recipes Here
Get Your Printable Goal Guide Here
Thank you for listening to this episode! Please take a screenshot and share your biggest takeaway on your Instagram stories and tag me @molly.asplin so that I can shout you out! Until next time,
*Team Beachbody® does not guarantee any level of success or income from the Team Beachbody Coach Opportunity. Each Coach’s income depends on his or her own efforts, diligence, and skill. See our Statement of Independent Coach Earnings for the most recent information on the actual incomes of all our Coaches.