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June 4th – June 10th
There are a few things in this world that I would love to avoid…
One of those I experienced day after day.
The public embarrassment and judgment.
Yes folks I’m talking about the full blown, drop to the ground kicking and screaming…
My second child was so masterfully explosive with his tantrums I swore he took a course on mastering momma manipulation.
Now…whether you agree with our decision at the time or not…
We quickly learned when he heard the word “no” it would immediately trigger into 10-15 minutes of sheer hell.
An uncontrollable, inconsolable toddler tantrum.
It didn’t matter where we were or what was going on around us.
So what did we start doing?
No, turned into…”Maybe Tomorrow”
Didn’t matter what the question or demand was…
Even if was a completely ridiculous answer to his equally ridiculous question…
Can I ride motorcycle momma?
I want candy for breakfast
Every time he would answer ok and move on to the next thought or go back to what he was doing.
At some point, we were going to need to teach this kid how to appropriately handle hearing “no.”
We were avoiding it to stay comfortable.
We needed to face it…and we did.
And for those wondering how this kid is going to turn out…he’s a 4.2 16 year and has a heart of gold. (So please no parent police today)
I’ll launch my business next week…
I’m thinking about getting started…
I’m gettin’ ready, to get ready…(seriously see and hear this one almost daily)
Tomorrow is the box of procrastination that we're trapped in.
But here's the truth: Tomorrow never truly arrives.
It remains a distant promise, forever just out of reach.
When we say “tomorrow,” what we're actually saying is “no” to ourselves.
We’re just hiding it behind the disguise of “soon or tomorrow” so we don’t actually feel like we quit or gave into fear.
When we tell ourselves those little lies, we're saying no to growth, to progress, and to the incredible possibilities that await us in the world of digital marketing.
Trust me…taking action is messy, it’s scary, it might even be as scary as facing the toddler tantrum.
But at some point we all gotta stop tiptoeing around the toddler and figure it out.
We only accomplish that…by doing it.
Look at it this way…
Taking action today and the next and the next instead of pushing it off with the lies of tomorrow, soon, getting ready opens up space for the following:
I challenge you to recognize the words you’re telling yourself.
Are you delaying until ‘tomorrow”?
Today is an even better day to take action.
Lastly, don’t forget to scroll down and check out the guests that are coming on the show this week and schedule in your success.
Wishing you a legendary week ahead!
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