The truth is, putting an “S” on your chest means carrying a lot of stress on your back. But what if there was a better way?
Everywhere you turn, online gurus are telling you to “grind it out” and hustle harder if you want success. While this sounds good on the surface, this approach creates only one thing for women: more stress.
I say “women” because this advice, though popular, really only “works” for men. Not only do men historically have LESS responsibilities at home which allows them more time and energy to “grind it out,” the vast majority not-so-secretly get a macho testosterone boost when they put their “hustle” to the test.
And hey – I’m not knocking it. If you’re a man and you love bulldozing your way to your goals, be my guest.
Not only are most women already “hustling hard” at work, at home, and with their kids, excessive stress is scientifically proven to have a greater negative effect on women’s bodies than on men.
After 4 years of running my health, finances, and marriage into the ground trying to follow this advice, I finally realized the truth:
You’ll never “out man” a man.
In other words, it’s impossible to win a game you weren’t designed to win.
Thankfully, you don’t have to. You already have everything you need to achieve your dreams, your way.
Because my life was already falling apart, I stopped everything.
I stopped hustling.
I stopped “grinding.”
I had nothing to lose.
For 2 years, I went back to the drawing board and started studying what it meant to succeed by operating in my feminine strengths.
After researching everyone from ancient queens to women in the Bible, I realize one thing:
Women don’t succeed through exhaustion but ingenuity.
Since the beginning of time, women have gotten what they needed not by using might but their minds.
“Might” is a man’s game – but a woman’s strength is strategy.
That’s the formula you’ve been missing, plain and simple. It’s the formula I took far too long to apply to my own life because I believed the lies promoted by our hustle-obsessed, male-centric culture.
What’s most sad is that most of us were never taught these feminine tools by our mothers. They too, had to “hustle hard” just to make ends meet.
What I didn’t realize until later was the years I spent “grinding” was not just lost productivity but lost peace. Imagine what you’re life would look like if you started winning like a woman years ago.
I’m going to be frank with you: much of what I discovered in my 2 years of research flies in the face of how most women are programmed to think and behave.
While I enjoy creating products and programs for women at all levels, this program is not for everyone.