Hi, I'm Aliya!

Hi, I'm Aliya!

We all feel the pressure. We all want success. And we search and search for the path that will lead us there.

And, we have emotions, hopes, and dreams attached to our path to success.

There’s this desire to make our path as seamless as possible. We want to get things right the first time, and we want things to be perfect.

You form this belief...that if you get X, Y, and Z perfect, then you’ll end up with the exact results that you want. “Perfection” becomes the recipe for success.

The fear of failure is often what causes perfectionism. You’re so scared something might not go right if it’s not perfect.

It’s a vicious cycle. It starts with being scared that you won’t achieve success if you’re not perfect. But...that perfection is unattainable and leads to inaction.

So you get nowhere.

You’re completely stuck. And, you feel depleted, exhausted and overwhelmed.

Sure, we all have a desire to present ourselves in the best possible light. We all want to do our best.

But, life is messy. Achieving your dreams is messy. And, we all have that in common.

Friend, you can strive to do YOUR best without getting caught up in being perfect.

Once you recognize that perfection is virtually impossible--and not desirable--you’re able to create your recipe for success.

Here’s the truth: It’s almost impossible to do something perfectly the first time. And, you learn a lot more from your mistakes than you do from your successes.

So, let go of the need to be perfect.

Instead, focus on making progress. Get things done. Focus on your goals.

You can’t improve anything that doesn’t exist.

So, get out there. Allow yourself to make some mistakes and grow from them.

Embrace the good, the bad, and the ugly. You’ll be better because of it.

And, you’ll be better prepared to help others create their paths to success. Because you know there’s not a one size fits all.

Everyone’s journey is different. We all make different mistakes. We all have different struggles.

Accepting your imperfections enables you to have more insight when helping others overcome their challenges.

You can help when they’re feeling depleted, exhausted and overwhelmed. Because you’ve been there. You know that feeling.

 

Simply put, you don’t learn from perfection.

You learn from struggles, from mistakes, and from the perseverance to keep going.

And, having someone in your corner that gets that is invaluable.

That’s where I can help! Book a call with me here and let’s chat about how you can let go of perfection, embrace your imperfections, and attract your ideal clients to achieve the success you desire.

 

 

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