i could never do that

Last Sunday I ran a 10k along with over 15,000 people.

Because I had not trained or ran consistently before the race and I've been been working through chronic back pain and knee issues, I walked a lot, ran a little, and even managed to sprint a few times (I love sprinting!).


Before the race I had asked a few friends if they wanted to run it with me to which they replied,


“I could never do that.”

“I’m not prepared to do that.”

“I can’t run.”


But when it comes to a race like this (or heck ANY race) there is ZERO requirement to do it perfectly. You don’t need to know how to run, you don’t even need to be that prepared to run!


You just need to be willing to show up and put one foot in front of the other (literally!).


This is synonymous with The Non-Nine-to-Five™ journey . . .


There is a pre-conceived notion that you must have ALL of the answers, be totally 100% prepared, have all of your "ducks in a row," yet this is SO far from the truth!


We have to get away from the “I gotta have all my ducks in a row” thinking because it will literally destroy your ability to move forward, overcome limiting beliefs, take risks, challenge yourself, build resiliency, and use your voice.


At The Non-Nine-to-Five™ I support women to put one foot in front of the other and get rid of the “I gotta have all my ducks in a row” thinking. As a result they experience an uplevel in confidence, more connection to their Non-Nine-to-Five purpose, and feel empowered.


<<First Name>>, if you too want this type of experience and to get rid of “all my ducks in a row” thinking please accept my invitation to apply for a 1-Hour Private Clarity Call with me as I just had a few spots open up in my May calendar!


On this call we will connect about your Non-Nine-to-Five purpose, lay down potential next best steps, and see if the The Non-Nine-to-Five™ programs are a match for you.


CLICK HERE TO APPLY


Seeing you Successfully Self-Employed,

- Jen


P.S: Check out Joi’s celebration where she showed up fully for her first presentation!


"I am celebrating giving my 8-minute BNI presentation. I was nervous and I probably forgot to breathe throughout, but what seemed to work for me is I related to those in the room by putting what my heart wanted to say front and center even though my entire self wanted to jump out of my body, I now feel more prepared the next time I have to do it.”

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