Becoming a Vision-Driven Mom with Tracy Beerman
The Importance of Mom Vision
One of the most transformative ways in mom life is having a vision. It benefits not just how we become as a person, but also the way we parent our children.
Because having a life vision is deciding what you want so you can know where to go. Now, this is important as a mom because having a life vision reminds us that motherhood is not a final destination. It gives us passion and hope when we feel lost and tired from all our responsibilities as moms.
A vision-driven life is moving towards something, while a circumstance-driven life is where life comes at you. So having a vision helps you to get back up when you hit rock bottom because you know where you’re going. (See also: the mistakes people make when setting goals.)
And you don’t have to worry when you are unsure of your vision! Because the vision that you have today might not yet be your end vision (and for most people, it always changes.) But it’s important to start somewhere. Because you may not have the full picture or enough information for now, but you have to have some sort of direction to keep you going. And the more you ‘play’ with it, the clearer it gets.
In creating a vision, there are three steps to take:
Join me and Tracy in this episode as we elaborate on these steps and for you to find out how you can create vision(s) for yourself and your family!
Other life-changing lessons in this episode…
- How to create a vision when you don’t know what you want
- Why you should create a vision with your family
- How being vision-driven impacts your decluttering journey
- What to do when you fall during the journey
- When does your vision become constrictive
“If you don’t know yet what you want, ask yourself, ‘what do I know for sure?’” -Tracey Beerman
Remember that a vision-driven life is not trying to achieve a certain (perfectionist) standard. But it is rather trying to achieve the life you are comfortable with for you and your family.
Do you ever feel like life is coming at you? Like you’re playing a perpetual game of whack a mole? Something comes up over here and you whack it down. Something comes up over there and you whack it down. Before you know it you’re spending days, weeks, months, and sometimes years always on the lookout for the next thing to whack. Tracy Nolin Beerman has been there too. With her experience as a former teacher, a certified Life Mastery Consultant, and a yogi with over 25 years of personal experience on the mat she helps busy moms regain control of their lives, get their joy back and find work/life harmony.