“Janet-Lynn held everyone’s attention
right from the get-go!”
– Dina Jones
Be an Epic Failure
What comes to mind when I say this word? Many of you likely cringe a little. Maybe your neck tightens. Maybe your catapulted back to a moment when you felt lost in a sea of fear or sadness of your potential or accomplished failure. Today, I want to challenge your idea of failure.
Every time you try something you get closer to succeeding – the key to chasing your success is tenacity and patience. As you collect your failures you get so much closer to the sweet taste of success.
Are we really living our lives if we are bound by fear of failure?
Can we really experience our greatest level of success if we do not experience small failures along our own personal paths?
The difference between failing and being an EPIC Failure is the courage to keep going.
It’s all a choice.
Winston Churchill once said, “Success is not final. Failure is not fatal. It is the courage to continue that counts”.
What if you chose to become an EPIC Failure in your moments of not hitting the mark?
Being an Epic Failure means you flip the script on the story you tell about the value of failure.
My Million Dollar Soup
Your soup is your life, and it doesn’t matter how many ingredients you have. Rather, what matters is your belief in how you have what you need in life now. If you’ve ever made soup yourself, you know that all you need is a little bit of water, a couple of ingredients, and of course, time. Even when that soup seems like it’s ready, it can do a lot of things. It can boil over, it can continue to simmer, you can serve it cold, and then you can change the flavour of it.
Even against so many odds, it’s just a matter of deciding that you’re going to choose the right ingredients and then believe in yourself, no matter how many others tell you that you can’t. We are all preverbal chefs, responsible for making our best version of million-dollar soup. And once we do, we are then destined for the life of our dreams; one that we created one wonderful recipe at a time. Read on, and get ready for your own delicious million-dollar soup.
Zero to Fierce – Three Traits that Cultivate Fierceness…Resilience, Resourcefulness, and Realization
The great American Poet, Maya Angelou once wrote, “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”
I would add to this poignant insight that this agony also exists in bearing an unlived purpose inside of you as well.
I’m here today to share with you my story of going from zero to fierce and, in turn show how you you can do the same.
My favourite definition of the word fierce is “showing a heartfelt and powerful intensity.”
As we walk the path of our unfolding experiences as humans, we often find ourselves at low moments with our cup empty. And in these moments of desperation and longing, inside of our depression and anxiety we often forget that the cup is refillable. That our ability to be fierce resides in our ability to develop three key traits: resilience, resourcefulness, and realization of your purpose.
Today we will explore these three traits that will help you on your journey to enhance or rebuild your life so you can go from simply surviving to thriving.
I’m a woman with a mission… to help people create the life of their dreams by going beyond what they think is possible. I will share some anecdotes, offer practical life-tools, and sprinkle in a few true-life stories, which will help you to consider what it will take for you to take those next steps in your own life.
Living Impossibly means that you don’t take life for its face value. You see beyond the appearances, work with Universal Laws, and learn to walk in the flow of gratitude in all areas of your life.
The first time I watched Janet-Lynn speak,
I was floored!
When I went to the Dufferin Women in Business Event you were the Keynote Speaker at, I left feeling speechless. You are truly a role model and I really believe you can make aLisa Thompson, Dufferin Board of Trade, Orangeville
difference in so many women’s lives.
“Janet-Lynn is an insightful, energetic
and engaging speaker.”
Janet-Lynn asks the right questions to lead me to very solid decisions. She has helped me to focus and prioritize.
I am a better person today because of the coaching
I received from Janet-Lynn.
– Lucy Czajkowski, Toronto