38 min

Don't Fake It Til You Make It - Be It Till You See It With Lesley Logan The Fit Mess

    • Self-Improvement

Summary Our guest is Lesley Logan, a certified Pilates teacher, breathwork, habits, and mindset coach, and host of the Be It Till You See It podcast.
About the episode Somewhere in the back of your mind is a better version of yourself. Someone who is a little more successful, a little more confident, a little happier. So what would it take to actually become that person?
Changing your mindset to believe that you can and will succeed can help you overcome any obstacle. The first step is to realize that you have the power to change the course of your life. Once you understand that, you can begin to take steps to reach your goals.
One way to do that is to simply "Be it Till You See It." That's great advice but it's also the name of a terrific podcast hosted by Lesley Logan, a certified Pilates teacher, breathwork, habits, and mindset coach. In this episode, Logan shares practical advice on how to build a “see it” mentality, and reminds us that success is not about being perfect, but learning to be open to mistakes.

What We Discuss with Lesley: How to act as though you’re already the person you’re trying to become Perfect is boring Messy action is better than inaction Why you should only compare yourself to the past version of you Why mistakes are some of our best teachers Why coaches and teachers are needed throughout our lifetime Don’t let the conversation end there. Join us in our Facebook Group where you and fellow Fit Mess listeners can connect for monthly challenges, accountability to reach your goals, and a supportive community. 
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If you enjoyed this episode, check out:  How To Tap Into Inner Calm, Develop A Positive Mindset And Heal From The Stress That Is Holding You Back With Sara Raymond

Summary Our guest is Lesley Logan, a certified Pilates teacher, breathwork, habits, and mindset coach, and host of the Be It Till You See It podcast.
About the episode Somewhere in the back of your mind is a better version of yourself. Someone who is a little more successful, a little more confident, a little happier. So what would it take to actually become that person?
Changing your mindset to believe that you can and will succeed can help you overcome any obstacle. The first step is to realize that you have the power to change the course of your life. Once you understand that, you can begin to take steps to reach your goals.
One way to do that is to simply "Be it Till You See It." That's great advice but it's also the name of a terrific podcast hosted by Lesley Logan, a certified Pilates teacher, breathwork, habits, and mindset coach. In this episode, Logan shares practical advice on how to build a “see it” mentality, and reminds us that success is not about being perfect, but learning to be open to mistakes.

What We Discuss with Lesley: How to act as though you’re already the person you’re trying to become Perfect is boring Messy action is better than inaction Why you should only compare yourself to the past version of you Why mistakes are some of our best teachers Why coaches and teachers are needed throughout our lifetime Don’t let the conversation end there. Join us in our Facebook Group where you and fellow Fit Mess listeners can connect for monthly challenges, accountability to reach your goals, and a supportive community. 
Like this show? Please leave us a review here – even one sentence helps! Post a screenshot of you listening on Instagram & tag us so we can thank you personally!
Resources:
Guest Website
Get your Free One Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens!
Contact Us
If you enjoyed this episode, check out:  How To Tap Into Inner Calm, Develop A Positive Mindset And Heal From The Stress That Is Holding You Back With Sara Raymond

38 min