Do You Have Room for Success?

We want success but, can we really handle it? We have so much ‘junk’ in our lives taking up space that we literally do not have room to handle the success we want. What are you putting up with that’s not allowing you to achieve what you want? What preconceived notions about successful women do you have that you aren’t even aware of? Do you have room for success?


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For some reason, we always find ourselves ‘putting up with’ people or things that do not add value to our lives. Whether it be a no-good (I so wanted to use another word) boyfriend, an unsupportive friend or family member, an energy draining job, or being overlooked time after time for a promotion that we honestly know we deserved. I know that sometimes you feel like you must deal with these things because that’s what you must do in life - put up with things that you don’t like. But honestly, you don’t.

Stop making excuses for staying in situations that you don’t want to be in or believing ideas that don’t align with your goals. The only reason why things are the way they are is because you are letting them be that way.

Get rid of your no-good boyfriend - you can find another. Ask for a promotion - or look for another job. Drop that unsupportive friend and spend less time with that unsupportive family member.

You say they won’t give me a promotion unless I get a degree...then go back to school. But it’s not that easy you say. Of course, it is. You just don’t want to put in the work.

Decluttering your life takes arduous work. Most of the excuses above stem from negative thoughts and past hurts that we are still fostering in our life. They are taking up space and little room is left for you to be great. And instead of excellence being released, it is replaced with excuses, laziness, and improper behavior.

And since you read the blog, I already know that you are a driven, ambitious woman and yearn for success. Women tell me all the time how they desire to be successful, whether that’s excelling in their career and education or going back to school. But for some reason they feel like something is holding them back. And the truth is, while they have the potential to be successful, they just don’t have the room for it.

Between putting up with unnecessary things, worrying about other’s opinions, and not having a support system that holds them accountable, some women are just cluttered and stuck.

So, I’ve created a FREE 5-day challenge to help you start the de-cluttering process and clear some space so that you can start the journey to success!

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In this 5-day challenge, I am going to help you:

  •  Define success (it’s not what you think it is)
  • Identify areas that are holding you back  
  • Explore negative feelings and beliefs that society has about ambitious women and how to combat them
  • Learn how to get out of your own way
  •  Discover what YOU really want for your life vs. what friends, boyfriends (present
  • or future), or even strangers want for you
  • Deliver yourself from other’s opinions and live life on your own terms!

You will leave the challenge with a changed mindset that will allow you to make room for success.  

In the challenge, I teach you some of the techniques that I have used and have also taught past clients who have seen amazing results.

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I was experiencing a life transition, while feeling overwhelmed and unmotivated by the circumstances. I received much more clarity on my purpose, tangible goals that aligned with my vision, and remaining aware of any barriers I may experience in the journey. Serena challenged my thinking while giving me new things to consider.  - Kiara Arnold, Technology Maven & Blogger at Wait Let Ki Explain

So, if this sounds like something you want for your life, join NOW!

And in the challenge, I let you know how you can be a part of an exclusive mentoring group that I have created. The excuses stop today, join NOW so that you can begin your journey to success, de-cluttered and with a fresh mindset. You won’t regret it.

Do you think that you have room for success? Why or why not? What are some of the things holding you back from achieving the success you desire?