When you see someone who’s got their sh*t together— in terms of health, lifestyle, relationships, parenting, happiness, money, whatever— it’s not likely they were born that way.

In fact, the opposite is probably true.

  • They probably failed at relationships enough times to realize that the problem was them, not the other person.
  • They felt miserable in their body long enough to figure out that the daily choices they make matter. A lot.
  • They spent a lot of time asking questions like, "How can I make this situation better?"
  • They spent little time, if any, asking, "Why me?"
  • They realized that nobody else has the power to make them happy or unhappy. It was all on them.
  • They were brave enough to admit that their life wasn’t all that it pretended to be, and ask for help from someone who could make a difference.
  • They cared enough about their own happiness to get their sh*t together.

“You can’t go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending.”

—C.S. Lewis

I've got a few openings right now for private coaching with me. If you need some help getting out of your funk, email me and I'll send you more information.  

Happy February!

Christy Brennand

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