Image matters! Your outsides should match your insides.
The concept is true…
change your hair, change your trajectory.
The way you look should send a message about your values, your lifestyle and your personality.
She did something she never thought she’d be “allowed” to do. Stacey is her own boss so she can do what she wants!
The change prompted her to look at EVERYTHING she was doing in her business and, in her own words, “lead to me actually closing that first business and opening my current business that was much more aligned with my personality and what I wanted out of life.”
That is a beautiful thing!
Your image should make a statement.
In fact, your image is already making a statement whether you are aware of it or not.
When you change your appearance and honor who you truly are, it helps you make choices in your life that align with your whole-istic self. When you celebrate your whole-istic self, your authenticity SHINES and you attract the right people for the right reasons. Like Stacey did, you might even inspire others to try something they’d been putting off!
[tweetthis]Changes on the outside often change your mind and heart, too.[/tweetthis]
Stacey had admired Gem’s hair, Gem from “Gem and the Holograms” (I had the Gem Barbie).
Is there a look that you’ve always admired and wanted to summon the guts to pull off? Is there a change you can make with your appearance that would be a truer version of yourself? Is there a way you can enhance your appearance to be more memorable?
Think about making a change to your appearance. I bet it will be the first step of many that will get you closer to your vision, your goals and your purpose.
I’d love to know what you’ve been wanting to try! Comment or share on Facebook.
Also, check out The Stacey Harris and tell her Tabitha sent you!
Not long after this post, I changed my hair…dramatically!!
I have never been a “hair person.” I’ve never been good at styling my hair and I’ve experimented with every look you can imagine, from a long perm in my early twenties to a short bob and everything in between. And I’ve never really been that happy with my hair except for one fabulous hair cut when I was 18.
For years now, friends encouraged me to get a shorter pixie-like cut but I resisted.
I somehow felt like short hair would age me or make me feel…exposed.
But after writing this post, I got to thinking…
what do I have to lose to try a new look?? Maybe I’ll love it!
One of my life mantras is to live with no regrets. So when I went to my next hair appointment, I told my hair dresser that I was ready for a BIG change. She gave me a much shorter bob…but she could tell I wasn’t happy.
“You want it all off, don’t you?” she inquired knowingly. I told her to go for it.
And I loved the result.
Now I know…I love short hair! I’ve gone shorter almost every time since then and I love it more each time.
Now I don’t have to live my life wondering if short hair would suit me.
That’s the whole point of this post. What’s holding you back from trying that thing you’ve wanted to do??
I might have hated my hair short, but at least I’d have known!
That experience is my constant reminder that life is meant to be an adventure and making a change can truly change your life.
Everyone says my hair is more “me” and that I even carry myself differently.
I walk taller now, getting dressed every day is easier and my hair is no longer on my list of frustrations. I only wish I’d done it sooner!
[tweetthis]Change your hair, change your trajectory.[/tweetthis]