You’re already a winner.
You’ve climbed the ladder to success, and it wasn’t easy. You started on the ground floor and worked and sweated your way up.
You got that degree everyone said you would never get.
You have the family you always wanted.
High-achieving lady, I’m talking to you. This is all about you.
You’re already a success, a winner. You aren’t afraid of setting goals and then working your butt off to hit those goals. You’ve done it over and over. Everything about your life screams I AM SUCCESSFUL!
But tell me, is it enough? Are you satisfied? Are you content? Are you enjoying the life you have built by the sweat of your brow?
Let’s talk about what to do when it’s not enough.
Quick Blog Series Recap:
We started a brand new series of blog posts at the beginning of the year. We’ve been on a journey to unlock our inner purpose.
Because it isn’t enough for a lot of women. There is something missing for many women who are considered a success. Success is not measured purely by job titles or bank accounts or how many beautiful children we have, as we all know, but many times it’s hard to figure out what’s missing when we have achieved so much.
We covered several steps to begin the process, and you can check out those posts here.
We have each been working independently to unlock our inner purpose, step by step.
Now, let’s take it a step further. This one will be the toughest step yet. You may think you don’t have time or that you don’t need this step, but it’s a very important step to true success (the kind of success that leaves you sighing in contentment).
I’m only going to give you one step to work on over the next two weeks. I want you to dig deeper than you’ve ever dug before. I want you to write down or record in a video some very specific things about the success you have achieved so far.
Outline Your Success
What should you say in your video, or what should you write?
-What your current success means to you right now.
-How it felt when you hit each major goal or milestone.
-What you did to stay motivated when achieving your goals.
-What you learned about yourself along the way.
-How you celebrated each win.
Don’t skip that last one. It’s important. If you didn’t celebrate your win, it’s equally important to make a note of that as well.
For the brave, high-achieving women out there, I challenge you to post your answers (in written or video form) on my social media. Click any of the links to the top right to go to Coaching with Omozua’s Facebook, Instagram. . .your choice.
If you would prefer to post your answers on your own social media, please do! Use the hashtag #OmozuaChallenge so the rest of us can take a look.
Why am I challenging you to post this sort of confessional moment to social media?
Because you’re not the only high-achieving woman out there who feels like there has to be more to life. You’re not alone, and it’s important to come together on our journey. Sometimes, it takes seeing someone else’s journey to find clarity in our own. Sometimes, it’s necessary to find a community.
I am building a community where we can all come together. Come join me in my Facebook group. We can talk as a group about our answers. I will share some insights and some of my experience as well from when I was sitting in your seat.