If you’re not waking up every single day and feeling like your life brings you so much joy and feels authentically yours, and you are just so pumped to get the day started, then chances are there are some things that need to change, and it might be around your standards. I think as women, we really don’t talk about it because we are so used to lowering our standards in order to accommodate other people. In this episode, I share some why it is important to raise our standards and some ways to help you do just that.
The key takeaways are:
- Standards are influenced by beliefs, which take years to build
- Low standards are often linked to low beliefs and impact boundaries
- Standards are linked to values and priorities, which may need to shift
- Raising standards can improve life and set an example for others
Here are some ways that you raise your standard in order to improve your quality of life.
- Take a moment to think about areas of your life where you need to raise your standards
- Make a list of what you would gain if you raised your standards
- Make a list of what is the cost of not raising your standards
- If you need more support or structure, book a free session at coachingwithallison.com
- Book a free connection call – In this 30-minute call, you will get a chance to connect with Allison Tibbs and get your specific questions answered and walk away with a key strategy that you can implement to support your physical and mental health. Click here.
- Stress-Free Success for Professional Women Guide – Free resource to help professional women with busy schedules and demanding roles & responsibilities reduce stress, prevent burnout, and increase productivity. Click Here
About Allison Tibbs
Allison Tibbs is a certified Healthy Lifestyle Coach & Corporate Wellness Strategist, as well as an International Speaker and Best Selling Author, who is in the business of helping female executives, entrepreneurs, and leaders achieve a better quality of life.
Her passion for helping women prioritize their physical and mental health stemmed from her own struggles with depression, anxiety, and burnout. She leads by example and pays it forward through her coaching, training, and speaking business – Nourished Life Coaching & Consulting.