• Kelsea Koenreich

How To Make Your Dreams a Reality

In an interview this week I was asked…“What does resilience mean to you and why is it essential?”


I could talk about resilience for hours, it should be my middle name.


I deeply believe in the importance above all, to keep going - to never give up, and to see things through even when you feel like you can’t see 5 feet in front of you.


When I think about traveling through all of the challenges I’ve faced in my lifetime, what got me through was knowing that I could get through.


Not trying to squirm my way out, no longer having the option to numb or ignore, only gaining the strength to sit in discomfort and keep going.


Regardless of how much we grow and continue to succeed, no matter how many peaks and celebrations we have - there will always be valleys. There is no path we can craft that is without ditches, darkness, and shit to step in.


But when you are resilient - who you are in those situations is different and because of that you move through them quicker. We never have the choice of what happens, only how we respond to it.


And when we respond with a knowing that there is lightness, happiness, purpose, and more potential for greatness on the other side - it’s easier to keep going. Resilience is a suit of armor that protects you not from feeling the necessary emotions, but that serves as a reminder of your capabilities.


It is an essential skill to reach the potential that is meant for you, because if you aren’t willing to move through and recover… you will never get to where you want to go.


The only way to build resilience is to keep going, and the only way to keep going is to have an anchored belief that you can keep going.


This is your reminder that your potential and purpose are found through your resilience, and to keep going. I know there is more for you, and I’d love to help you discover and bring it to life.


If you want growth, peace, and fulfillment but you aren’t sure how to get there… if you are stuck… I can help you.


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