I had the most amazing time on the weekend and as always I love to use life and the experiences I have, as metaphors for deeper learnings and learning how to snowboard, certainly was no different.
My biggest takeaway?
Be prepared to fail many, many, many times when you are learning something new.
It’s awkward as, and it’s totally ok to face plant, to get it wrong, to fall over, to not know how.
There’s huge vulnerability in being a beginner and being ok with looking stupid and being able to laugh massively at myself, that definitely made the process more enjoyable!
In every failure, there was a lesson, a learning, a nuance of what not to do, and therefore what I could do differently and how I could improve.
So here we go…..
I believe that having a powerful mindset is everything and being in a relaxed calm state.
Mentally visualising the outcome I desired, definitely helped me along the way, when I remembered to do it.
And it can also be so challenging to do, with so much adrenaline running through my body at the time, being able to focus in a powerful way to breakthrough and face my biggest fears and outer edges of my comfort zone.
The weekend truly pushed me outside of that, and the breakthrough feels sweet as. I’m pretty proud of myself.
What’s something that you once found so difficult and maybe even really scary, and with persistence and determination, you broke through and you are so proud of yourself for doing so?
I’d love to hear.
With Love and Blessings,
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