Ep 59. Permission to give yourself permission
The Summer Shorts Series
"It's a mindset shift! I am in charge of giving permissions! I can give myself permission to give myself permission."
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But then along with doing all this in our business, we have to get the kids ready for school, get them adjusted to a routine, and get ourselves adjusted to a new routine.
With all of that coming up, I just want to take a moment to remind you that YOU are in charge of giving permission to whatever you need. I sometimes hear myself and my clients saying, “I just wish I could slow down a minute”. Well guess what, you can!
- You can give yourself permission to not launch that course until the kids are back in school.
- You can give yourself permission to take an extra day off or to not show up on social media today.
- You can give yourself permission to put an out of office on your inbox for the afternoon, so that you can go do the back to school shopping
- You can take time to do things that will give you less pressure in the upcoming weeks.
It’s a mindset shift; “I am in charge of giving permissions. I can give myself permission, to give myself permission.” Give yourself the permission to slow down, to press pause, to get excited, to adjust to transitions, to focus more on family, to set a different deadline, whatever that is that you need.
That’s why we’re in business in the first place! So that we are in control of ourselves and our schedules. Don’t forget that, and embrace it, and use it to your advantage this week!
More about Lani Jackson:
Lani is a mom to 6 kids, and wife to her husband of 15 years. She survives on caffeine, laughing with her kids, cooking in the kitchen, hiding in the pantry eating chocolate, and helping other women know they are not alone in the chaos of motherhood & their entrepreneur journey.
She is a Clarity & Strategy Coach for mom entrepreneurs! Helping them to create flexible strategies that adjust and move with the chaos of mom life, but still bring consistent monthly income. Her mission is to help mompreneurs get out of survival mode, release the mom guilt, and create a clear plan of action that will help them reach their dreams of consistent monthly income, flexibility, and freedom.