Heaps of high-achieving mums come to me saying:
“I am not successful because I am not working”
“I have been personally struggling feeling like I am just a mum.”
It’s heartbreaking to hear.
And I badly want to know:
What does “just a mum” mean?
What does it take to be a mum?
Other girls and I may be elite athletes, coaches, business-women, or managers,
But I HIGHLY doubt we have 10 jobs as mums, like you, do.
A household nurse,
A compassionate teacher,
A gourmet cook,
A meal planner,
A manager for the family,
A financial controller,
A personal trainer,
A motivational speaker,
Just a mum? Hardly.
We all are our own champions.
You don’t need to be on stage, or become a fitness diva and be on the front cover of magazines to be successful.
You teach humans how to be humans.
You give love and light to the world by giving life.
And it’s only YOU who can do that.
How can the rest of us do that?
I know the last two years have been quite hard.
We all felt that.
The world shut down in front of us; we were put into slumber.
The high-achieving parts of yourself must have been locked down in a house, felt lost in their own space, finding themselves having fallen behind.
But YOU are still the hardest worker in the room.
You are YOU with your vision.
Is it time to reconnect with your spirit?
To honour your goals?
And come back to your practice?
Is it time to be more present and compassionate to yourself?
To be your own shining light?
So you can give more space for others to do the same?
The Sports Model Project is a process of transformation and personal mastery set in a community of resourceful women powerfully supporting one another.
And it’s only for the hardest worker in the room (even if right now she is resting).
Light and loving-kindness,
Hattie x The SMP Coaching Team