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We all have moments of self-doubt


Lets face it, we all have moments of doubt, we all have moments of failure,

we all have moments where we think others are judging, watching and critiquing. You know what ...SO WHAT if they are, because I am over here doing it, living my truth, falling on my face but getting right back up to try something else or tweak my original plan. Of course it’s after a few days of wtf am I doing, but the point is - I AM NOT GIVING UP.

Every. Single. Person. has those moments of self-doubt. Have solace knowing you are not alone. I’d much rather fail at something over having the feeling and thoughts around what could have been.

Over the past few months, I have been tested. I have questioned every single thing I am doing. Am I good enough? Is this too personal to share? Do people even want to hear my story? One of my favorite motto's is: F*ck It. (sorry mom) It is applicable to so many scenarios. Use it hoWe all have moments of self-doubtw you see fit.

  1. Start looking at it in a way that you rephrase your situation - example, what will this cost me if I don't take that next step. Health, sanity, growth, happiness etc.

  2. What can you learn from a mistake you think you made?

  3. Treat those that annoy you as a mirror reflection. That particular person was put in your life to teach you something about yourself. (Thanks Beth - your advice was life-changing there.) Maybe you are annoying, maybe you talk too much, maybe you find yourself needing validated by constantly interrupting when people are talking. It is so much more interesting to look at your situation thru that lens. Try it! Personally, I went thru all those in my late 20s. :) I’m in another cycle of learning from people. My 8 year old daughter now to be exact.

Each and every person is on a journey; a journey that is personal to them.


Over the past few months, I have been tested. I have questioned every single thing I am doing. Am I good enough? Is this too personal to share? Do people even want to hear my story? Do they want monthly tools and information that will help them. My favorite motto is: F*ck It. (sorry mom) It is applicable to so many scenarios. Use it how you see fit. Maybe you have been in a rabbit hole for months maybe even years. Come on out. It is safe. Try again or try something new that you have been thinking about doing.


Be fearless. Xo

- Amy


PS - Photo is taken from Costa Rica from a couple months ago while I was on a Wildhearted Retreat. This was me fearless on that trip.


Thinking well...this could be it, if I fall - I die. I lived. I couldn't believe it. I somehow shutdown the fear and noises in my head. My next fearless move was going full throttle in my business. I had to cut through all that noise. Do NOT diminish your fearless move...maybe it’s taking a walk or calling someone and saying I'm sorry.

Be FEARLESS!



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