I’m a Badass.
I love being called a Badass.
#badassbosslady is my Peloton user name.
Everyone has the potential to be a Badass.
Badasses work on how they show up for themselves, their teams and their organizations each and every day.
Badasses have strength that they leverage for good.
Badasses create their world based on the outcomes they want.
The Badass in me sets a positive intention each day.
Acting as a Badass is not at the expense of others, but in support of them.
The Badass extends trust to others.
Badass energy motivates other’s Badass energy.
The Badass goes the extra mile -- it’s never crowded (@melrobbins).
Badass-ers take risks -- that’s what separates them.
They have an abundance mindset.
This takes practice, discipline, consistency.
Badasses stick to the discipline even if they don’t feel like it.
Badasses are not born a Badass. They’ve decided along the way how they want to show up, and who they want to be when they get there, and what they want to accomplish. They do it every day to build their Badass strength.
Who do you see as a Badass? What do you admire about them?
Decide if you want to be a Badass. What does it look like? How does it feel to be a Badass?
A comment from a recent workshop with Badass women.
What are YOUR Badass characteristics?
Characteristics of my Badass-ery: prepared, thoughtful, motivated, curious, energetic. If you remember, I wrote a post about Courage Over Comfort which is Badass mindset.
Badasses have the ability to become the best versions of themselves. They make a choice to have the thoughts that create the feelings that put them into action to produce the results they want.
The foundation of how we Badasses show up as a leader comes from managing judgement of others, having the thoughts that produce the extraordinary results created from what they want, and building trust in yourself and with others.
The one question a Badass asks every day is:
What do I need to think is possible in order to get the results I want today?
This is how I lead myself each day for greater happiness and success.
I didn't coin the concept of a Badass. Many books and articles about the term, but my favorite is a book written by Jenn Sincero: 'You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome life. A great read HERE.