On the Search for a Self Starter Ready to Dream Big
Since I was a young girl, I have had a great work ethic and was, unbeknownst to me, in my early stages of development as a self starter. When my brother and I wanted to go on the church trip to Six Flags as kids, I remember negotiating enough yard work for me to do solo to earn us both the trip. (Great sister, right? Ha!) I owed him though, because the self starter in me also got us the worst spanking of our lives. I surprised him (and my dad–what was I thinking??) with a complete, Double Dare obstacle course in my parent’s bedroom. I transformed my parent’s bed into a water slide, closest thing to a Sunday Slide that I could pull off! I thought it was a lot cooler than everyone else, apparently. Self starter? Not afraid to take a risk?
I was running a full on babysitting service by the time I was eleven to raise money to go on missionary trips overseas. To be honest, I hated babysitting. Sorry to all the past babysittee’s that might be reading this. It wasn’t you. It was me. 🙂 But what else could an 11 year old kid do and get paid so well? Had to make some sacrifices. That’s what a self starter does.
I remember being in ninth grade, high school orientation. This was my first taste of public school. I had no idea what to expect or that there would be close to 600 people in my graduating class four years later (I had about 28 classmates in my 8th grade class), but my dad gave me a challenge. He dared me to finish first in my class; graduate valedictorian. I was a ninth grader! I was an outsider! What was I up against? Did I have what it would take? I don’t like taking on challenges that I can’t win. Same reason why I typically turn down a game of pool, miniature golf or bowling. But, I knew a few things. I was a worker. When I started something, I finished it. I thrived on challenge. These are all attributes of a self starter. I accepted. Four years later, I gave my valedictorian speech on stage to thousands of people. I finished what I started.
Enough About Me. Are You a Self Starter?
Are you a self starter? A team player? Self motivated? Sick of working hard and someone else reaping the reward? Ready to be your own boss or fire your boss? Passionate about helping others? Interested in health and fitness or ready to start your journey? Does this sign (to the left) look familiar? Ha! If you are being under utilized, over worked, left dreading every single Monday morning and have some hope left that there is more to this life, then I invite the self starter in you to join me on this wild ride as a Beachbody coach. I am my own boss. I get paid to help people. My goal is to help others achieve their goals while I strive towards reaching mine! There is no better feeling! There is unlimited growth potential. You set your own hours. You can work as little or as much as you like. No quotas. No requirements. No heavy lifting unless it is weights day 🙂 You must enjoy vacationing, investing in you and your families well being and paying it forward. This opportunity has drastically changed my life so I HAVE to share it with others. Ask me questions! I’m an open book! In hindsight, I am so thankful the self starter in me made that water slide on my parent’s bed that day. The willingness to take a risk and desire for adventure and something other than a 9-5 has brought me here! If you are a self starter looking for something worthwhile and of significant value, then this is exactly what you’ve been looking for. In hindsight, I am so thankful the self starter in me made that water slide on my parent’s bed that day. Let’s do this!Digging Deeper, Jessica Bowser Nelson
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