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Can you relate?
I used to say yes to everything.
I used to feel selfish for saying no.
I used to think my worth was connected to how much I did.
I used to believe I wasn’t valuable unless someone else thought I was.
And in the end, it left me feeling burned out and like I was never enough. Saying yes to everything and everyone sent me into a depression that took a few years to get out of.
Now, I learned how to say yes to things that light me up and to the opportunities that allow me to live out my purpose, connect deeply with others, and have FUN.
I know when to push and when to rest. I know that saying no is an act of self-love and that I can find creative ways to still love and serve others in saying no. (Sometimes me saying no is an opportunity for someone else to say YES! How cool is that!!)
I trust that my worth is inherent. It’s not based on whether or not I finish my to do list, have clear skin, or “do it all.” I am worthy period.
And so are you, friend.
In today’s podcast episode, I teach you my go to solution for knowing when to say YES and when to say NO!!! Believe me when I say, it’s a total game changer. You can listen to The Fit Flamingo Podcast on iTunes, Spotify, or Stitcher. Did I mention the episode is less than five minutes!?
Have a specific question? Send me a DM on Instagram!
Friendly reminder: You are enough.
With Love from your Fitness Coach & Wellness Obsessed BFF,
Madison | The Fit Flamingo
Hi, I’m Madison Deaton. As a personal trainer, nutrition and self-love coach, I focus on the inside first, helping you get to the root of why you think and feel the way you do. Then I use things like functional fitness, holistic nutrition, mindset and self-love tools to help you connect with yourself on a deeper level, see things from a new perspective, and unlearn habits that no longer serve you so you can take up space, step into your power, and become the woman of your dreams (friendly reminder: she has been YOU all along). Welcome to The Fit Flamingo! I’m so glad you’re here.