What's going on you beautiful human?
As you've noticed I have been rather quiet on the social networks over the last week and a bit.
During this time, I have been battling the ego mind that is telling me "what a failure I am for missing my emails".
The beat down of 'why can't I be consistent with my emails' is playing over and over again in my ego mind.
A part of me started to get really down on myself and let my ego mind in.
You might be thinking.....you are the mindset mentor, how is this happening to you?
The truth is.....I am burnt out.
Yup. The Mindset Mentor is burnt out (I am human after all!)
So how did I get here?
Well...I have been building a personal development company for the past 12 months. There has been many long days, nights, and months (and tears, anxiety, depression, doubt, etc).
I have been living in 3 different cities while helping a friend through a family death for the past 4 months and working full time for her business during the day.
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In 2013 after spending the weekend partying at a music festival, drinking copious amounts of booze, consuming drugs, and getting hardly any sleep, I started to get little dots of dry red skin on my legs.
As the months went on, my partying and lifestyle went to a whole new level. The little red dots started showing up everywhere on my body. My legs, my arms, my face, my whole body was covered in these little red dots.
Naturally, the first thing I did was google ‘red dry skin dots on my body’. Self-prescribed doctor Danielle had everything under the sun!
Keep in mind at this point in my life I was just a motivated, rah-rah, positive person. I didn’t really understand the whole mindset, our spirit self, and what was really going on.
After going to the walk-in clinic, the verdict was “I am not sure what you have but take...
It's not uncommon for employees to have a bad day or two -- or week. And it's pretty common for the average person to gripe about a boss or co-worker from time to time. But how can you tell if it's just "one of those days" or something more serious?