The Cost of NOT Investing in Yourself: Are You Willing to Pay the Price?

Fact: You are always paying for one thing or another.


EVERYTHING in life can be viewed as a cost or investment – whether it’s tangible or not.


Look around you and take in everything you either own or have experienced.


From your every day to day mundane choice of what coffee shop to frequent, 


to long-term investments into having pets, children, homes, vacations, 


to your education (whether it’s an official degree or a personalized coaching program) – can all break the bank!


It all comes down to the simple game of “would you rather…?”


We think we’re choosing the most stable, reasonable choices…


But are we?


Is a 9-5 job even stable?


Is the economy really foolproof?


Are your investments that safe?


Is a mortgage or loans for education the smart choice?


It always depends.


If you want to be as unstable as a leaf fluttering about in the wind, you put all your money on red (or black).


Now, if you want to be resilient, you hedge your bets.


You hope for the best but prepare for the worst.


You set yourself up for multiple streams of income, and acquire multiple skill sets, so that you can depend on yourself and not on a game of Russian Roulette. 


So whether you like it or are aware of it, or not, you are always choosing what to invest in.


It’s up to you to invest in yourself, and believe in yourself.


But you don’t have to do it alone!

Get support, grow exponentially


The best way to be resilient and make the choices to support yourself in your goals, is to create a supportive environment.


That means your physical space, your body, your mind, and the people around you.


A coach will help you clear the clutter, and focus on what’s really going to move the needle for you.


They will help you be accountable to yourself, and to stop producing excuses.


They will call you out and challenge you.


They will help distill your interior blocks in order to shift your exterior reality.


And what’s the purpose of life if not to be the best version of you in your best reality?


So, now I ask you, what’s the cost of NOT investing in yourself?

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