“I rejected the WRONG guy!”

“I rejected the WRONG guy!”

Yesterday we were on a live call with our awesome, kick a$$, women’s group.

One of our clients was excited to share a win.

Every week, sharing wins is an important part of this call.

Think about it for a second….

What place do you have in your life where you can brag and give yourself props for the actions you are taking in any area of your life?

For most of us, we don’t have any AND even if there was one, we still probably wouldn’t share publicly for fear of being seen as arrogant.

Oddly enough, in order to really be successful in creating change in our lives, we need to stop and CELEBRATE the efforts we are putting in towards our goals.

We need to savor and cherish the good feelings we get from accomplishing something before moving on to solve the next problem.

That’s what motivates us and keeps momentum.

What this particular client shared was that she had been talking to a potential man and they had been in process of setting up a date.

In her back and forth communication with this man, she realized that she deserved more.

For the FIRST TIME EVER, she had confidence in her value.

She was aware that in the past she might have let this go, met up with this man, and maybe even dated him long term….all along knowing that he wasn’t really right and that it wouldn’t have ended well.

Instead, she said “No, thank you.”

Valuing yourself MORE leads to the confidence required to accept what you actually deserve and nothing less.

Saying NO to the wrong people gives you the time and energy to connect with the right person.

Wouldn’t it be AMAZING if you could SAY NO to anything or anyone that wasn’t an exact fit for your life? What would that do for you?

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Dr. Ashley & Dr. Michael Arn