Do you feel like you are being pulled in many directions?
Do you feel like you wear so many hats and some of them you don’t even like?
Do you consistently say to yourself “If only….then…?”
Do you daydream about how the future could be better?
Growing up as a dancer and performer, balance was a word I heard daily not only in the dance studio, but also in my personal life. I felt the pressure of having to be someone different in order to be “seen.” I spent years trying to put myself into different boxes to book the job. I took on so many side jobs to stay afloat that I felt the walls were caving in.
After many years of living this way, I got to a breaking point. This isn’t the life I dreamed of as a young girl. I knew I deserved better.
I stopped, took a BREATH, and got real with myself.
Was I doing the things that I wanted to do?
Was I showing up to the world completely as myself and no one else?
Was I empowering my own voice or silencing myself?
Was I living out of fear or out of love?
What I found as I went on this journey of the self is the importance of Finding Your Balance and Living Your Life Unapologetically. My definition of balance has definitely shifted and what balances me is completely different than what balances you. Just like my authentic self and what makes me unique is different than what makes you unique.
But when you figure out what YOUR balance is and align it with YOUR authentic self, that is where the MAGIC happens.
You do things because YOU want to do them.
You take care of yourself first so that you can take care of those around you more effectively.
You ignite the powerful leader within, your voice is heard, and you are fully seen.
You live life out of love and suddenly that future dream IS your reality.
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Stephanie Simpson is a Coach, Speaker, Consultant, Artist, and Educator living in NYC. Using her background in dance, yoga, mindfulness/meditation, Reiki, self psychology, and sport psychology, she guides people to achieve their greatest potential by connecting the mind, body, and spirit, working through their fears, and empowering them to overcome obstacles. She holds a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies from Emerson College, an MFA in Dance Performance/Choreography from Smith College, is a RYT-200 Certified Yoga Instructor, and is currently pursuing her MA in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Spirituality Mind Body at Columbia University, Teachers College. Stephanie has presented, led workshops, and consulted for many businesses and schools all over the country including National Dance Education Organization, New England Inn & Resorts Association, National At-Risk Education Network, South Windsor Public Schools, National Council of Teachers of English, The Lovett Learning Institute, and several wellness retreats.