Hi, gorgeous! We’ve got so much soul and inspiration on tap for you in this week’s interview. Lindsey and I are thrilled to introduce you to Ashley Looker, Women's Wellness + Empowerment Coach, yoga teacher, and recovering perfectionist. Ashley got real and vulnerable with us about authenticity, turning traditional views of failure on their head, and what it means to truly thrive.
This episode was made for all of our fellow recovering perfectionists out there and for those of us who want to reframe -- and release -- the guilt and shame that often accompany failure.
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HERE'S A SNEAK PEEK OF THE GOODNESS…
“Failure is a necessary part of our growth. It’s a necessary part of being an entrepreneur. It means that you’re taking risks, and you’re stepping out of your comfort zone, and you’re trying new things.”
— Ashley Looker
“I try to see failures as feedback, as ways to get more clear, as messages. What’s the lesson, what am I supposed to be learning from this, and how can I become more clear about what the next step is?”
— Ashley Looker
“It’s not always that pretty. Sometimes, it’s mascara running down my face, falling on the floor, on my knees, incredibly heartbroken. But, I really try to ask myself what the lesson is.”
— Ashley Looker on failure
“What I’ve found is that when I take the pressure off and I realize and accept and acknowledge that this is practice, it feels so much lighter for my soul.”
— Ashley Looker on the power of viewing everything in life as a practice
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE…
- The essential roles that support and feeling through it play in navigating failure
- The importance of creating space between the black-and-whites, like success and failure
- The key differences between using external benchmarks versus internal guidance to chart your course
- The real distinction between introverts and extroverts
- Ashley’s “Thrive List”
Unique Holistic Happiness with Ashley Looker
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