Welcome to your success path! Follow the roadmap to find clarity, energy and fulfilment, one step at a time
Learn how to use the Success Path .....
What drives you, motivates you, excites you and inspires you? You’ll figure out what makes you tick, why you feel the way you do, what lights you up and the values you believe in. Suddenly everything else falls into place.
Struggling to stay on track?
The three phases of success ....
When you finally find a pocket of time for yourself, you’re so zapped of energy, you want to crash out on the sofa instead of doing something meaningful. Don’t worry. Even the most sleep deprived and emotionally exhausted mums can learn to be full of vitality if you understand where your energy is leaking.
SETTING UP SYSTEMS
Your ability to achieve great things is based on you deliberately implementing specific key habits on a consistent basis, however small and insignificant those habits may seem. Choose the right habits and turn them into daily systems, that fit so fluidly into your daily routine, they become the new normal.
FILL YOUR OWN CUP
Now you’ve completed the first two foundational phases, it’s time to fill your own cup first, so you have more to give to the people you love. It sounds counterintuitive, but it works!
Pick a course, content or workshop that resonates most and get going. Consistently take micro action, and continually move between the topics as you need to. You’re not striving for perfection in any one area before moving on. Instead, try and do a little work across multiple areas and then build on it gradually over time.
... choose what best suits your needs
It can be hard to exercise more, eat healthily, get more sleep and relax more when you’re being pulled in so many directions. You know it’s important, but it often feels impossible to achieve.
This section is full of hacks to help improve your physical wellbeing in ways that tie into your already overflowing schedule.
Motherhood brings up feelings and emotions you never knew you had. Anxiety, anger, frustration, overwhelm and of course the dreaded mum-guilt.
Once you’re feeling less overwhelmed, have more energy and have found more time, it’s time to seek some fulfilment.