My favorite lesson learned is to try anything that inspires you and understand that the education you receive as a result of any outcome is the most valuable thing you can take from that experience. Www.jacquelinejax.com
Most people skate to where the puck is, I skate to where the puck is going. This story talks about how to believe in yourself and understand what the challenges on your journey really mean. Don't be afraid to discover that what you thought you wanted isnt what's actually is for you.
I think this journey I've documented in this episode will inspire you and certainly help you learn something about yourself that you may not have thought of.. https://jacquelinejax.com/2019/05/18/impact-ep-22-how-to-discover-yourself/
What if everything you've ever done came from all your mistakes all preparing you for this moment? It's not easy to trust in the process and stay hopeful but I have some sound advise for you that will definitely inspire your forward motion.
Challenges give us strength but when you feel like quitting remember this the struggles are teaching you valuable lessons that you will need for the future. Each mountain building your strength for the next big climb until you no longer fear what's ahead you look forward to the challenge. The question is when your life has passed you what will you be leaving in your time capsule for people to Remember You by?
I remember how bad things were for me 6 years ago and how I used to not even appreciate the little bits of good because stress had torn down my protective walls and left me feeling so vulnerable and easily manipulated. (read more .. https://jacquelinejax.com/2019/02/21/having-the-strength-to-change
Have you ever noticed how much everyone loves to talk but rarely takes the time to listen? Perhaps social media is beating us into becoming inauthentic fast scrolling drones who no longer focus on personal relationships. Perhaps perhaps life stress and of a lack of confidence has made us insecure about not filling every space with noise. This episode explains how I gain power and strength from listening. This is how you can become more impactful by perfecting this skill.
Impact Ep 17 : Every great dream begins with a dreamer who isn’t afraid to let themselves dream. My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.
On today's episode I talked about some of your most asked questions. This is the story of how I got started, how I balance it all and keep moving forward, and what I'm most thankful for. I hope it inspires you.
Have you ever had one of those days where you felt like the universe was working against you? I had a day like that today and instead of letting it bug me, here's what I did. Are you also on instagram? Come say hello www.instagram.com/jacquelinejax
Impact Ep 7 Am I going in the right direction? What's most competitive isn't always what will match your vision so don't copy anyone and stick to what you like. In order to do anything well, you've got to have a passion for it. And you can't have continual passion when your actions are based on competition instead of self challenge. You've got to be motivated by your own unique dream instead of fueling up on someone else's accomplishments. Come visit my world and get inspired: www.Jacquelinejax.com
Impact Ep 6 How to Prevent the Snowball Effect. People are going to get crazy around you at one point or another but you don't have to jump down the rabbit hole along with them.
Today on this episode of 'Impact', I've talked about how I melt my snowballs as they come charging at me each day. I hope this life lesson helps you out as well.
Listen to todays episode of the 'Impact' podcast: It's the best 10 minutes of your week. www.jacquelinejax.com
Impact Remember not to Sweat The Small Stuff. Jacqueline Jax shares something that inspired her today. It's a concept that helped her reach that amazing and peaceful place that all of us want to have in our lives. Definitely listen to it.
Turn Me On” was written by Nashville hall of fame songwriter, John D. Loudermilk. The song was first recorded by Mark Dinning in 1961 and then recorded by Nina Simone, who I’ve always loved for her sultry sound and unique delivery. I really like the rhythm of the music and lyrics. Just a great reminder that simple can be so effective. https://jacquelinejax.com/2011/11/17/turn-me-on-recording-studio-session/
I recently was chatting on instagram and I was reminded of some great words of wisdom that was told to me when I was just getting started.
The advise came from a mentor of mine about success and growth.
He said “finding success in your business and with yourself has alot to do with establishing roots. Let your roots take time to grow because trees that strive to get to tall with shallow roots can fall with the first wind but trees with deep established roots will stand strong over time. “ https://jacquelinejax.com/2018/08/12/deep-roots-never-fall/ www.instagram.com/jacquelinejax
Don’t you just love songs that keep you humming long after you’ve heard it? This song is like that for me. “Will You Still Love Me” was written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King, two of my favorite writers. The Shirelles originally recorded the song in the 60’s and took it to #1 on Billboards Hot 100 in 61. https://jacquelinejax.com/2011/11/13/will-you-still-love-me-tomorrow
If there is even a slight chance that something can make you happy, why are you hesitating? Jacqueline Jax talks to you about stopping yourself from making excuses. This is your morning mantra to help you charge forward bravely. www.jacquelinejax.com
Episode #1: The Jacqueline Jax Impact Podcast. Are you focused on making an Impact this time around with your life? Because for every reason you think you can’t, there’s a more important reason why you must. Sponsors are welcome. https://jacquelinejax.com/contact/