Rachel Hollis’ top 3 tips for success are all about planning for the future. These practical daily actions that challenge your health, mindset and time-management skills are the perfect precursor to the life you’ve always wanted.
You’re going to trip and you’re going to fall, and you’re going to stand back up—and you have to understand that that is part of the process.
Instead of clinging to your ideas, creations and plans in the name of perfectionism, release your work out into the world.
“The most common excuse that people should let go of in order to be successful is ‘it’s already been done.’ Yeah, it has already been done. But not by you.” —Rachel Hollis
In honor of Women’s History Month, here’s a little inspiration from Rachel Hollis to shamelessly take ownership of who you are.