Reaching my full potential
My name is Rosie Mendoza.
I am a full time self-taught photographer and fashionista at heart who resells pre-loved clothing as a side hustle. On a more personal level, I'm a mother of 2 with tons on my plate.
This blog was created to share my "one woman show" journey while spreading awareness on things that matter to me. Making the best out of everything. Succeeding on my own terms. Can you relate? I hope so. Life is too short to live any other way.
Today's post is all about: infoxication.
Take a min. and think about the amount of information that you consume in a day... Wow! right?
Most of us reach for the phones before even opening our eyes. Between the real/the fake news and looking at what everybody else is doing along with the fear of missing out, there is little to no time or attention span left for what really matters to us, whatever it is.
I consider information a valuable commodity. But, when does this information cross the line from having a purpose to being a dis-service to me?
Well, there's no other way to understand this but to bring awareness to the table. To think about who I am and who I want to become, it's all about personal growth.
For example, 4 years ago, when I really needed an overall change of life, I listened to Oprah and Brene Brown.
Last year, I consumed tons of Gary Vee and Rich Roll content.
Today, I'm obsessed with women who are, in many ways, ahead of me but I can still relate: Sunny Lenarduzzi, Jenna Kutcher, Rachel Hollis, Poppy Harlow, Barbara Corcoran just to name a few of the podcasters I listen to.
Next month? Who knows?
My time is limited and I want to believe well-spent on reaching my full potential.
The following quote by Jim Rohn says it all:
"Your level of success will seldom exceed your level of personal development, because success is something you attract by the person you become."
Until next time. Take care. Rosie
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