You don’t know what you want until you know who you are and what you need.
I’m always re-writing my life vision. I’m a person that need focus, a clear destination, to stay sane and happy.
Last night, I started thinking about one of the many ways to develop your life purpose, and decided to give it a try.
I answered the questions, “What is the legacy I want to leave here on earth?” and “When I look back on my life, what do I want to be able to say about myself?”
I want to be able to say that I was more than just a trainer. I provided transformations. I was a Master Motivator.
I became the person I needed to become to be successful and happy with my career and personal life.
I identified and developed the power within me via learned self-esteem and self-fulfillment.
I taught countless others that it’s never too late to become the person you need to become to reach your personal, professional, and fitness potential.
Total fitness is more than a fit body. Weight management is only one part of a fit body. Mind-body vitality and performance nutrition are also essential parts of a fit body and mind, and shouldn’t be neglected.
It is possible to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy every second of it. Healthy living doesn’t mean dieting and deprivation.
I taught my children how to discover their sense of self so that they will have meaningful friendships, relationships, and a strong self-concept; and as a result were able to make better decisions for themselves.
I motivated and supported my spouse to be all that he can be, and was able to build him up when he was down.
That’s what I want to be able to say when I’m retired and looking back on my life one day. I want to leave a legacy of success, happiness, and fulfillment. I want to leave people knowing the importance of knowing who you are so that you can get what you want out of life.
That’s a big order to fill, but I lose sleep sometimes thinking about it. I really feel that becoming a Master Motivator, Fitness Expert, and a highly confident woman is my purpose in life. And that’s what I’m going to do.
Until next time,