The women you see in the photo, left and right, are the same person.
Both work the hardest.
Both are high-performing.
Both are high-achieving.
(Hint: It’s not just what you see.)
The woman on the left has high standards but,
There is no nurturing.
The one on the right? She still has high standards, but these standards are now back-boned with self-love.
Regardless, I’m still grateful for the woman on the left.
She became her own soldier.
She was strong.
She was firm.
Except that she thought her rigidness would armor her against the blows – but she only found herself beaten on her own.
The woman on the right? She is still that lioness.
But she doesn’t have to prove to herself or to anyone else that she is the queen of the jungle, because she already is. Her presence is enough.
She is disciplined and flexible.
She works the hardest in any room she finds herself in but she is also the life of the party.
She acknowledges all parts of herself – both the high-achieving and the gentle – and nurtures them. (And that is what made the difference.)
Because having high standards without self-compassion is self-bullying.
You don’t grow from punishment; you grow from love.
Is it time to plant some seeds of self-love?
Are you ready for your never-ending growth?
The Sports Model Project is a process of transformation and personal mastery.
And it’s ONLY for the hardest worker in the room.
(The hardest work is knowing when to rest and to play.)
Click the link now and chat with our team.
On the other side?
You have the love, care, and support from a specialist team of coaches, who will guide you on your journey towards becoming your vision while living truthfully in your spirit.
Best of all, you will grow along with a community of resourceful women powerfully supporting one another.
Light and loving-kindness,
Hattie x The SMP Coaching Team