How to show your daughter she doesn't have to be perfect to be successful

I could debunk this real quick by saying, NOBODY IS PERFECT. Thanks Hannah Montana! 

But, in all seriousness, nobody is perfect. The most successful people are not perfect. 

I Googled “the most successful people in the world” and found this article that shared the most successful people in the world and what they overcame…

🏀 Michael Jordan (Basketball GOAT)  - Got cut from his high school basketball team

✨ Walt Disney (Creator of the legendary Disney brand) - Drowned in debt and was forced to file bankruptcy 

🇺🇸 Franklin Roosevelt (32nd President) - Was paralyzed from the waist down before running for President of the United States

🧠 Albert Einstein (One of the Most Intelligent Humans Ever) - Didn’t speak until he was 4 years old 

📕 Stephen King (Best Selling Author) - 1st novel was rejected 30 times

🧙‍♂️ J.K. Rowling (Author of Harry Potter) - Single, divorced mother living off welfare before Harry Potter was published 

If I never struggled with my hitting as a college softball player (and before that too), I would never be where I am today…

💗 Creating a life that I love

💗 Inspiring young female athletes and their families

💗 Traveling the world 

💗 Becoming the person I am meant to be

Share this with your daughter. Remind her that perfection is overrated. Failures, struggles, and challenges are what create real success and resiliency!

To overcome perfection: 

👉 Notice where we are holding onto perfection

👉 Correct our thoughts

👉 Focus on the things we are proud of 

We are going to be doing this in this week’s Mindset Lesson! This is a GREAT way to show your daughter she doesn’t have to be perfect to be successful! 

Schedule her lesson this week here! 

See her this week! 

💕 Paige

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