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“I don’t have enough time!” This was my signature phrase for most of my life up until a few years ago. In high school, when they had those mock elections, I was voted “Always late”. No joke.
Do you feel overwhelmed, busy and like you don’t have enough time in your schedule and the thought of adding something else seems impossible?!
Are you rushing out the door, feeling high stress and getting to places last minute or late?
Do you regular say, I don’t have time for that right now or I’m way to busy to spend time doing that?
If so, I get it! These were my words, verbatim for most of my adult life. I also find this a lot with busy moms and entrepreneurs.
I made you a quick video, however I had a few other things to share on this topic so read below if this resonates. It’s important.
This place of “not having enough time” is all consuming and it’s a way of being that created a heightened stress for me.
I remember going from my to do list to items in my schedule completely overwhelmed with how I was going to possibly get it all done. It was like no one seemed to understand how busy I was. Why did everyone have all of these expectations on me? Didn’t they know what I was dealing with…?
Now that I’m on the “other side” of my old favorite phrase “I don’t have enough time”, I’ve learned a great deal about myself and what it meant for me, my son, my business, family, relationships and entire life. I realized that this simple yet profound phrase was a belief system and way of thinking that was actually doing me and the people I loved most, serious harm.
Worse, it was keeping me from the things in my life that actually matter most.
The “to do’s” that needed to be in my schedule to really help me evolve (like the transformational course, the regular workout, the health eating, the self care) would often get throw into the “don’t have time” pile.
I learned a few things that woke me the heck up quickly.
One is this: Time is an intimacy issue. Not feeling like you have enough time means that you are afraid to dive down deep into anything. You are afraid to go all in on something and you know what, eventually your health will suffer for it!
I ended up in the hospital on an IV for a migraine that wouldn’t go away for days. Years later I still didn’t learn my lesson and I was almost hospitalized for adrenal fatigue and exhaustion.
So if you are stuck in the loop and thought of feeling like you just don’t have enough time, I get it. I really understand. Also, I want to wake you up from this thought and tell you that it isn’t about the “time” it’s about your level of connection and intimacy. This is the real issue.
There are only 7 days left to schedule a quick breakthrough call with me about being a part of Love Your Life Academy. I directly tackle this issue of “not having enough time” as we align your food, feelings and thoughts to transform you to living a life you love. Click here to apply to speak with me
It’s near and dear to my heart.
Feeling constantly rushed was almost like a addiction to me and I want to help people break free from this.
Thanks for reading and watching,