Your moment of clarity

I get asked a lot how I knew what it was I wanted to do with my life when I made my career change from working in the travel industry to working in the fitness and wellbeing industry.

I looked at my life and what I loved about it. In a moment of clarity I just knew I wanted to help people in a more meaningful way – I used to be amused at people who phoned up screaming and shouting about the fact their frequent flyer points hadn’t been added to their account at check in for their flight… I used to think if that’s their biggest worry in the world then they are doing pretty damn good. I then got to the stage that I didn’t give a shit that their points hadn’t been added and knew it was time to move on.

When you have that moment of clarity there isn’t really a way to explain it, it’s just something you know and feels right. When people question you about it, you feel you need to find reasons to justify your decision to them, but they are not the same as the feeling.

The best decisions come when you don’t even realise you are making a decision and its only afterwards that you realise what happened and that if you had thought about it there would have been hours or days of worry and thinking…

My theory is that you are going to end up where you are meant to be, the decision just dictates the route you take to get there.

This week has been very focused on not focusing, just letting things happen in a forward motion sometimes with some back steps and side steps but that is all ok.

This is coming from someone who has been very analytical and planning and organising but has discovered that if you just let go, things still happen and they happen with a lot less stress.

I would love to hear your experiences of this, so please, please share them with me

Have a lovely Friday

Jen x

PS Remember Warrior Woman Project Workshop: Think Better, Feel Better, Look Better is on sale NOW. Only £20 and bring a friend for £5 there are still a few tickets left




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