Tell me about what you desire.
I know what it's like to have your dreams keep you awake at night. You know, those ones keeping you distracted on a daily basis? You know what I'm talking about. Those flashes of what your life could be that are almost always top your of mind. You keep hoping that they'll go away.... Because you can't possibly ever say yes to them.
It's too irrational. It's too risky. It goes against everything you were raised to believe. You have responsibilities and obligations.
Except.... they.... just.... won't..... disappear....
Maybe it's time to stop running away + avoiding them. Maybe it's time to answer that call.
"I've gotten more out of Bri's training than anything I've done before."
— Stacy R.
If you can dream it, you can do it. -Walt Disney
Life does not get better by chance.
I see the Inspirational Woman inside of you. The woman that wakes up everyday desiring to be better than she was the day before. The woman who has the courage to write her own story. The woman who knows there is more to life than repeating the same old sh*t. You can feel that there is something else available to you, something greater than just going along with the status quo.
It's about taking action towards your dreams despite your fears. It's about deciding that you want something new. It's about standing up for yourself + being compelled by your vision. It's about setting yourself up for success by receiving support + guidance.
I see you. Your persistence. Your priorities. Your integrity. Your vulnerability. You are an inspirational woman. It’s time to own it.
"What made a difference to me was YOU consistently showing up, wherever you were traveling, whatever hair and makeup state you were in. It made me feel more comfortable to be myself, too, proving to me that maybe I don't always have to be completely prepared or perfect looking to keep telling my story and seeking my tribe. But I do have to keeping SHOWING UP, ready to act like my future self every day and keep that bold vision in the forefront of my mind.
I guess that's the difference in some coaching styles. You were authentically yourself. Not just a cheerleader full of cliches. You showed instead of preached, always sharing your own actions, self care, and emotional responses. This gives a brand new Manifestista something to model. You were very REAL and present. It was more than I expected when I signed up." -Carol K.