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Rachel Hollis BOLD MINDBODY
Wellness
Published Monday Oct 14, 2019 by Eric Grayson

4 Lessons From Rachel Hollis That Will Rock Your World

Personal Growth
Expert Advice

Have you heard of Rachel Hollis? Before BOLD, our MINDBODY Conference this year, I had never heard of Rachel Hollis before. After experiencing her presence at BOLD, she truly rocked my world and made a lasting impression on me that I will never forget. 

 

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Who is Rachel Hollis?

Rachel Hollis is the New York Times best-selling author of Girl Wash Your Face, co-host of the podcast RISE, a successful brand developer, and motivational speaker. She’s been called the "Tony Robbins of Motivational Speaking for Women," but her message truly transcends across gender. 

Here are the four lessons I learned from Rachel Hollis that rocked my world:

 

Believe in yourself.

"You are going to be as successful as you believe you are going to be."

At some point in your life, you were told to believe in yourself. What you may not have been told is that your thoughts and beliefs tend to become your reality. Rachel stressed the importance of believing in your own future success, regardless of your current status. She cited her humble beginnings growing up poor in California's Central Valley on her home street Weedpatch Hwy. Despite her start in life, she always believed that she would be a major success someday. Don't allow limiting beliefs to get in your way, and you will be successful someday.

 

Be authentic.

Rachel cannot stand the concept of "fake it until you make it." She argues that this mentality and attitude portrays arrogance and is at the root of the "imposter syndrome." By faking it, you are pretending to be something you are not, and shutting yourself off to the real learning and development that you need for growth. 

 

Focus your efforts.

Rachel works extremely hard, and cautions her listeners, "you might be working really hard, but you might not be working on the right thing." First and foremost, you should be working on yourself to develop the skills that you need to be successful in your pursuits. She stated that virtually all of the knowledge you need is available online, for free, through Google, YouTube, or Podcasts, and you need to seek it out and synthesize it.

 

Prove your value.

"No one cares about what you create until you prove that it has value.

Rachel learned this the hard way from the books she’s written. No one cared about the first five books that she wrote, but number six became the #1 New York Times Bestseller, skyrocketing her to superstardom. She cited testimonials and reviews on social sharing networks that contributed to the book's success, as well as her podcast. 


A final message from Rachel: "Consistency creates community." Whatever you are working towards, be sure to work on it consistently to build your community and feed your following. Rachel practices what she preaches, which is evident in her brand following on social media, where she posts three to four times a day to connect with millions of followers. For more on Rachel Hollis, follow her on social media and be sure to check her podcast RISE, where she posts a new episode each week. 

 

Looking for more inspiration? You can find Eric's work on Flipboard, follow him on Twitter, connect on LinkedIn, or go straight to the source at SimpleMoneyMoves.com.

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Written by
Eric Grayson
Senior Strategic Product Sales Specialist | MINDBODY
About the author
Eric is a tenured MINDBODIAN, adventure enthusiast, and avid investor. He is also the creator and editor of SimpleMoneyMoves.com—a personal finance blog focused on developing millionaire money habits in millennial investors. You can find his work published on Flipboard, follow him on Twitter, or connect with him on LinkedIn.
breast cancer awareness month
Fitness
Published Tuesday Sep 27, 2022 by Bree Lewis

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month—Here’s How You Can Make a Difference

Approximately 12,000 women aged 40 or younger are diagnosed with breast cancer every year*. Fortunately, there are preventative steps that we can take to help protect ourselves and each other—one of the best ones being exercise. That’s right. Not only does exercise help us release endorphins, but just 30 minutes of exercise three to four times per week can help decrease a person’s risk of developing breast cancer by 30–50%*.

This is hope in a statistic. Just by adopting a more healthy, active lifestyle, we could prevent the risk of developing breast cancer, while also inspiring others to reduce their risk as well. Keep A Breast Foundation has made doing just this their mission through their annual fundraising campaign, Fit 4 Prevention.

Every October, studios from all over the globe participate by raising money through donation-based workout classes for the Keep A Breast Foundation (KAB). They have created a national movement dedicated to educating others about breast cancer prevention through fitness and wellness—something Mindbody is extremely passionate about. Participating in your favorite activities, all while supporting, preventing, and spreading awareness about breast cancer awareness? Let’s get moving.

Encourage your favorite studio to sign up for the event

If you want to take a donation-based class at your favorite studio, encourage your favorite studios to sign up to bring your community closer together in a meaningful way. Registering is quick and easy. If you think your local studio may be interested in participating, have them check out KAB’s help pagewhere they can learn how to register for a donation-based class during the month of October. KAB even has a social media kit available to fitness studios to help them promote their donation-based classes.  

Other ways to help

Can’t find a local studio to take a donation-based class near you? Don’t worry, you can still give your support by donating directly to KAB’s website. Luckily, any time that you are moving your body and spreading the word—you’re doing your part in spreading awareness on how to help prevent breast cancer. That is beyond amazing.

This October, we hope you’ll join us in our plight to support the KAB Foundation and its mission to help prevent breast cancer through cultivating a healthier, more active lifestyle. Through movement, health, and wellness—we can reach great heights, together.

To learn more about the KAB Foundation and its mission and how you can get involved further, visit their website.

* National Cancer Institute

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Written by
Bree Lewis
Marketing Content Associate
About the author
Born and raised in a small mountain town just south of Yosemite National Park, Bree is an avid lover of health, wellness, and connecting to the outside world around us. As a Cal Poly English major alumn, she has a knack for books, writing, and all things words. In her free time, she enjoys being outside, drinking craft beers, and keeping life jazzy!