Lessons Learned From Challenges

069: Lessons Learned From Challenges With April Roberts

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They say that bad things usually come in threes or when it rains, it pours. So how do you manage to stay positive when it feels like a black cloud is following you wherever you go?

The energy that you give or receive life’s ebbs and flows directly determines how fulfilled you’ll be. Granted, staying positive and looking at the brightside is easier said than done. As you’ll hear in today’s episode, even a performance coach like me can struggle with it sometimes.

So today, I’m sharing a few hard lessons I’ve learned this year. My goal is for you to learn to catch yourself having negative thoughts, flip them, and grow through resistance and discomfort.


Key Takeaways 

  • The ebbs and flows of life
  • Changing marketing strategies
  • Handling a house move alone
  • Turning negative thoughts into positive outcomes
  • Why resistance is important to evolve
  • Learning to be uncomfortable
  • Balancing out entitlement with gratitude


Mic Drop Moments

  • “Living a successful, abundant, fulfilled life depends on how we handle the ebbs and flows, and what kind of attitude and energy we enter or receive them with.” – April Roberts
  • “Resistance is necessary to help you evolve to the next level.” – April Roberts
  • “When great things come, we want to be careful of entitlement. We want to enjoy it, but being grateful keeps us from entitlement”. – April Roberts
  • “I know the word surrender scares a lot of people, but I will surrender all day long to get the goods on the other side.” – April Roberts




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