On Wednesday 7th January 2015, something which had been an idea only a few weeks prior came together nicely in the form of Barbados' Biggest Juice Detox - The Inaugural Edition. I couldn't be more happy with what I created and I couldn't be more proud of those who took this journey with me. I am so happy that I touched people's lives in a very positive way; more so, I feel honored that people trust me enough to allow me to do so.
I have learnt so much about myself, human nature and of course, I have grown loads. Life's all about doing the things you love, with people you love and having the ability to contribute in a meaningful way. At least, that's what I want my life to be about and I believe that for 2015 I'm off to a roaring start.
That's the question I've been asking myself when things do not go according to plan; however, I have come to the realization that everything is working out perfectly even though the situation may look a hot mess at the moment. This approach keeps me out of the "Oh my God what next can go wrong" type of energy - an energy which stifles solutions and possibilities. Fortunately, I have had a couple of lessons along the road to creating Barbados' Biggest Juice Detox - The Inaugural Edition and I am delighted to share them with you because I am sure you'll be able to relate.
- You must take action. There's only so much planning and strategizing one can do. Nothing happens unless you take action - making the first call, sharing an idea, saying hello, calling the truce, you name it. Whatever it is that you have been planning, do yourself a favor and just take action. Speaking of action...
- The universe likes speed. The quicker you act on an inspired idea, the quicker it will manifest. Do not talk yourself out of it by pondering the 1 thing that could possibly go wrong, focus on the 10 things that will actually go right.
- There is a big difference between commitment and interest.
“There’s a difference between interest and commitment. When you’re interested in something, you do it only when it’s convenient. When you’re committed to something, you accept no excuses; only results.” Kenneth H. Blanchard
at times scared depending on the situation and the person or people I had to ask.
These days, I am so over it. Those feelings hardly come up for me and I just ask
because if I don't, the answer will always be a resounding 'no'.
5. Face the fear and do it anyway. Fear is simply a neurological response to real or
perceived danger. In most cases, the fear certainly is not real but is based on the story
we have been telling ourselves. Step out of your comfort zone, face the fear and
go after your goals like your life depended on it.
If what I've shared resonates with you and you are desirous of support along your path to excellent health, a lean body and a better you take a look at my calendar and select a time for us to have a conversation about how I can support you. Remember that whatever you want wants you; there is no need to keep yourself away from it any longer.
In the meantime. Give thanks. Eat clean. Train hard. Sleep deep