I'm never going to be the best. I'm never going to be perfect. I'm never going to know everything.
That is so refreshing to me. For many years I was obsessed with myself in the wrong way. I picked other people apart. I hid behind my own insecurities. I was prideful, arrogant, and conceited. But underneath, I was so broken.
The process of changing that is something I openly share because it's more important to me to impact people than it is to train dogs. There...I said it. My calling is really to people. My method of transportation to get into your hearts, is furry and four-legged. While many women go on to lead and help other women, most do not get the privilege of doing it the way I do: with the mutts ❤️🐾 Lucky girl.
I am going to make mistakes. I am going to learn. I am going to take big leaps and fall. I am going to take even bigger leaps and succeed. I'm trying to do something no dog trainer has done...in business. So it's gonna be messy sometimes. But I am going to get it right.
My dream may not look like the other trainers dream. My business may not look like their business. But that's ok because I am called to walk MY path. As I do, I will continue to grow and learn. I will continue to share what that's like, because for me, that's part of the deal. I have to practice being a good leader by being a good leader! One who is transparent, compassionate, driven, and focused. One who is open to the ideas of others and who champions each employee and each client to be their very best self.
People are lost, and hurting, and afraid. Some don't have anyone to tell them that they aren't alone, or that they are worthy of love. People need to be SHOWN how to change. The good, the bad, and the embarrassing. So while I may not be the best dog trainer or have the perfect resume, I do have a gift that I paid a heavy price for. And I chose to take that and make it something...and share it with you.
Thanks for letting me in. ❤️🐾