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“What if this is the best that I can be?”

Ok. Honesty time. 

I was driving with my kids, and they wanted to listen to the Moana soundtrack. I don’t mind this stuff at all—I thought the movie was great, and the songs were good, and anything that gets my kids interested in music is fine by me. 

There’s a song in that movie where Moana is staring at the ocean, wondering what’s out there, and if she makes the plunge to explore the ocean, how far she’ll go, should she stay on the island and do what everyone else says, etc. 

This song actually hit me like a ton of bricks. I related to it HARD. 

A few months ago, I had the opportunity to hire a business coach. I hesitated for a long time. It was expensive, but that wasn’t the main reason I didn’t immediately jump on board. 


I legitimately wondered if I had accomplished all I was going to accomplish in my business and in recording. I was afraid that if I “crossed that line” like Moana said, that I’d find my limit. 


It was terrifying to be completely honest. 


“What if this is the best that I can be?” 

But, I eventually jumped on board with the coach. I was more afraid of being stuck forever, not knowing my limitations, than finding them. 

It turns out it’s the best thing I ever did for myself. 

I have experienced growth not only in my business, but as a person too. I’m learning things that I’ll be able to pass onto my kids. And ya can’t really put a price on that.  


I now have a much bigger vision for my business than I had before. I’m planning on helping others and providing my homeys with some income rather than just helping myself. 


So what’s the point of all this?  

Don’t pass on growth opportunities because they’re expensive. Don’t pass because you’re afraid.  


“If you cross that line, there’s no telling how far you’ll go.”  #getsome ❤️ #IAmMoana

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