Between 2011 and 2016, I had my comps
and comp preps back-to-back
In and outside the country.
And mind you…
I nailed them all.
I won all of my shows.
Earned my world titles 2x.
And became a @WBFF Pro Champion in 2016.
I achieved all of my goals!
But I have something to confess:
I was not really happy.
Even when I knew I should be.
Odd – I know.
But it felt for me like I was only constantly dashing towards a hollow goal after a hollow goal.
And the reward
was another hollow goal.
I thought that happiness was for my future self to enjoy.
But what I realised every time I got to the point where my past self thought I’d be happy, and I wasn’t…
Was that the way I thought about goal setting and happiness was all wrong.
I realised that in order for me to be happy,
I had to truly recognise what I had done.
All the amazing things and people in my life.
And to recognise that I am a champion.
Now you might be wondering,
“Does that mean goal-setting doesn’t work?”
“Should I not set goals then?”
That’s not quite right.
Goals are still necessary –
They take you from point A to Z.
But to get from A to Z?
You need to go through B to Y.
And this is the part where we high-achievers often fail to acknowledge the most important part:
The present moment.
Live in it.
That’s what we teach at SMP.
Everything I learned from this journey,
All the trials and the errors.
What works best and what doesn’t in your quest for lifelong success.
It’s inside the Sports Model Project.
It’s a process of transformation and personal mastery set in a tribe of resourceful women powerfully supporting one another.
Surrounded by women like @hattieboydle, @caterina_ruberto and @nathaliaburmann.
Where you will be guided by a specialist team of coaches…
Who are committed to your ongoing and never-ending growth…
So you can stay connected to your spirit…
As you achieve the transformation that you want…
Love & light,
SMP Coaching Team