It is often said that taking no risk is the biggest risk of all. When you actively decide not to take a risk, make a change, or intentionally redirect the trajectory of your life, you will never see your full potential materialize. And that. Is. Scary. Today’s guest on SLBC is Ginny Hoyt. Ginny is one of the other sister coaches I previously mentioned. She was actually my very first sister coach in this program. It has been so incredible to watch her blossom, grow, and evolve. Ginny is such a beautiful person and has taken intentional change head-on. Today on the episode, Ginny and I talk all things life including steps to getting unstuck, finding clarity for yourself, navigating through anxiety, the fundamental concept of feeling safe in your own body, and much, much more! Stay tuned, and let us dive in!
Key Points From This Episode:
- Goals, gratitude, and badassery with Ginny Hoyt.
- Feeling stuck: Steps Ginny took to get herself unstuck.
- Taking no risk is taking the biggest risk of all, Ginny’s decision to change her life course.
- The importance of getting clarity of what you don’t want and not settling.
- Ginny shares her journey through struggling with anxiety — something’s got to give.
- How she reframed and transformed her personal life.
- The concept of feeling safe in your own body and the fundamental importance of it.
- Filling up your own cup before you task yourself with caring for others.
- Ginny shares her favorite quote by Terrance McKenna.
- Where to find Ginny on social media.
“I think, what’s even scarier is that if you take no risk, and don’t change, you are really losing out on all the potential of what could be. I heard a great quote the other day, ‘taking no risk is really the greatest risk of all.’ So take a risk, and don’t lose out on what you could be.” — Ginny Hoyt [0:18:30]
“What really changed for me was, that I really hit a point of like, life is not supposed to feel this way, this is not normal, I’ve suffered enough to the point of like — I have to change. Something has got to give. Can’t do this anymore.” — Ginny Hoyt [0:24:59]
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