Pillar #2 LEARN | Lesson 2- Jenna Phillps-Ballard
Investing in our health, growth, etc. Instead of looking at this as an expense, seeing it as an investment in creating a better you and a better world. By investing in our WHOLE self, our ROI expands - quality LONGEVITY becomes our greatest reward.
If you don't start investing in YOU and only continue to give and give and give of yourself, you're eventually going to run yourself dry and your health and quality of life will reflect that.
By focusing on YOU and making sure you are investing in yourself and your own health and growth, the amount of energy you're going to be able to give back to the world is going to more powerful than you ever thought possible.
You won't just be surviving - you'll be THRIVING.
Jenna began her career in 2006 as a Certified Personal Trainer and Life Coach for celebrities and has been featured on Dr. Phil and The Doctors. Halfway through her career, she realized that she had a bigger calling. She’s on a mission to motivate and inspire as many people as possible to become leaders and make this world a better place.
Jenna is passionate about helping others fall in love with themselves, something she discovered for herself when she made a full recovery from brain damage after waking up from a coma in 2000. Her commitment to her recovery depended solely on how she thought of herself, and she realized that her purpose on this planet is to empower others to break through their limiting beliefs and create an unforgettable life.
In 2016, she co-founded Ascension Leadership Academy with her husband and together they have coached hundreds of people into their greatness. She is also the founder of Unicorn University - an online membership community where women never spend another day being beige, broke, or behaved.
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Today, I wanna talk to you about my favorite word.
In fact, it’s the word I chose on repeat for 3 New Years in a row because I was determined to learn how to FULLY own this like a boss!
Do you ever feel that no matter what you do, you can't seem to be completely awake?
Do you go about the day feeling tired, drained and like you can't get your energy levels up to where you need them to be? Does your ability to focus suffer? Is your bed the only thing you're looking forward to by the end of each day? Does it seem to take you longer than usual to understand and process things?
What did you love doing as a kid that you’ve given up as an adult?
Think about it. When you were a kid, you had no limitations in your imagination, no concept of what failure was. You simply loved what you loved and were willing to give your all to the things that made you feel excited to be alive