It’s been one full year since I quit my corporate job and I cannot tell you how exciting it is to meet and hear from other people on this journey to self-discovery and self-employment. I love attending networking events because it gives me inspiration and motivation to continue doing exactly what I am doing, and it brings me joy! Here are some pearls of wisdom from W.E.L.L. Summit 2017.
I have attended a lot of wellness events in the past year because this is where I get to meet people and really get to know the community. It is so important to get offline and engage with the other doers, creators, gurus, and leaders in this industry. Earlier this year I attended Foundermade where I heard from industry leaders on how they got started building successful businesses. This month I was able to attend W.E.L.L. Summit and interact with other women building wellness brands as well as a ton of people that I have only known online. The online community provides such amazing support on all of our journeys, but being able to meet in person is where the true inspiration comes from.
W.E.L.L. Summit was a two day event in NYC and had amazing panel discussions on topics such as clean beauty, fueling our bodies with food, creating your best life now, self-love, the health benefits of meditation, and creating morning rituals to help you be successful.
I learned a lot this past weekend and I’m excited to share the knowledge with all of you!
PEARLS OF WISDOM FROM W.E.L.L. SUMMIT 2017
To put yourself out there in a brave and authentic way is scary because you care about what you’re doing! But it’s so worth it. // Sarah DiVello
Success does not equate happiness. The quest for success is making us sick because we forget how to be happy. // Kathryn Budig
You can carve your own niche and don’t need to belong in one world or the other. // Sarah DiVello
Our bodies are a reflection of how we’re treating it. Look at where you’re giving away all of your energy, causing it to be depleted when you need it the most. // Jennifer Racioppi
You create your opportunities by asking for them // Cyndie Spiegel
Responding or being uncomfortable is a reflection of your own insecurities and jealousy – not theirs // Cyndie Spiegel
What we are lacking, we often see in abundance around us. // Cyndie Spiegel
This moment does not define you. // Asha Ramakrishna
You vote with your money for what you want in health food and products. // Cassandra Bodzak
Cultivate deep gratitude. It’s easy to get caught up in flaws and what we don’t have. Easy to focus on the next thing that hasn’t happened yet in our careers. Come back to deep gratitude for what you have in this moment – for your health; for another day! // Sarah DiVello