Do you struggle with making decisions? If so, tune in today as I teach you my top 3 tips on how to break the pattern of indecision so you can instead move forward into massive authentic action with grace and ease.


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“Indecision is a decision.”

Do you struggle with decision-making?

If so, you aren’t alone. I encounter so many clients that have trouble making strong decisions. This lack of decision-making causes them to spin in “stuckness” for months if not years. They end up feeling weighed down, frustrated, and in a major state of confusion as to how to move forward in their lives.

Making decisions though is actually quite easy, once you know how to do it.

When you know how to make strong decisions, you live in a state of massive action yet feel more grace, peace, and ease than ever before.

You’re extremely productive, yet you start to find time and energy for things that you never seemed to have time for before.

Because here’s the thing….

Living in indecision is EXHAUSTING and SO time-consuming in your mind.

To avoid feeling the feelings of confusion though, you likely stay moving with busy work and/or zone out for hours on end to not feel the feelings you know you need to feel based on the decision you know you need to make (but aren’t doing it).

Staying in that state of indecision can stop today though. In this episode, I share my top 3 tips on how to make strong decisions in your life instead so you can get busy on creating the life you want vs. spinning in a life that just feels so-so.


  • Why indecision happens
  • Why decision-making can be harder for women
  • How to find what you want immediately
  • The power of decision including deciding that you’re a decision-maker
  • How to handle the mind drama after you make a decision

…and so much more!

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Full Transcript

This is the Become an Unstoppable Woman podcast with Lindsay Preston Episode 49, Make
Strong Decisions.


Welcome to the Become an Unstoppable Woman podcast, the show for goal-getting, fearfacing women for kicking ass by creating change. I’m your host, Lindsay Preston. I’m a wife,
mom of two, and a multi-certified life coach to women all over the world. I’ve lived
through enough in life to know that easier doesn’t always equate to better. We can’t fear
the fire, we must learn to become it. On this show, I’ll teach you how to do just that. Join
me as I challenge you to become even more of the strong, resilient, and powerful woman
you were meant to be. Let’s do this.


Hi, hi there, my friend. Thank you so much for tuning in to this week’s episode. This
episode, as you heard, is all about making strong decisions. I cannot wait to break this
down for you. I encounter so many clients who have trouble making decisions and I’m over
it, I am so over it because we know in our heart of hearts where we need to go, but for
whatever reason, we are programmed a lot of times as women to not trust ourselves. We
put our decisions through this really intense filtration system inside of us and we water
things down and we do what we think we’re told to do. It just needs to stop because that
leads us on a life of not getting what we want, feeling resentful and feeling burnt out. We
don’t want any of that, right?

I am so excited to share my top three tips with you today. Before we get into that though, I
just want to give a shout out to everyone who has listened to last week’s episode about
being anti-racist. Of course, there were some polarization with that episode, a lot of people
were giving me great feedback about it and were so glad I took that step to say something,
granted I’d been saying something on my Instagram at that point for at least a week very
heavily and others who were not happy about it. In fact, when I sent out that episode to
my email list, it has to date the highest unsubscribe rate.

It just tells you and too when I was posting about being anti-racist on Instagram, I’ve lost
the most followers than I ever did that week. To some of us, we think that the world is
more evolved, at least I do and then things like that happen. We still have our ways to go
and obviously, those people weren’t in the right place. I’m so glad you’re here. I’m so
grateful for you for opening your mind week after week and challenging yourself to see
things in a different way. You are the people that I want to work with, the people who
want to open their minds and listen to new things and take in different ways of living.

If we’re closed-minded and we’re not listening and we’re not learning, then what’s the
point? I feel like one of the biggest purposes of our life is to be constantly in a state of
growth and transformation. If we’re not opening our ears to different things, how are we
going to do that? How are we going to evolve? I know I’m preaching to the choir here, but
I just want to say I’m just, again, so grateful for you. Thank you for opening your mind yet
again for another episode this week. Let’s jump into it. As I said, we’re going to talk about
how to make strong decisions.

I’m going to give you my three top tips on how to break this pattern so you’re not just
spinning anymore and instead can move forward with grace and ease. Let’s do it. Tip
number one, we need to figure out first, why this happens. Or you need to figure out
because I know exactly why it happens. That’s with having what I call a strong doubter
inner mean girl. Now if you’ve been listening to the show and especially if you’re a client
of mine, you know what this is, but in case you’re new here, an inner mean girl is that voice
inside of you that is negative, it puts you down and it criticizes you. It really evolved from
childhood from conditioned behavior.

All the crappy things that happened to you as a kid, that inner mean girl voice was built off
of that and she thinks she’s helping you. She thinks she’s keeping you safe and secure, but
the reality is that she’s holding you back, she’s making you feel like crap and she’s
questioning you. For a lot of people, they have a high inner doubter, inner mean girl. There
are several different inner mean girl voices and we’ll get into, in a future episode, what all
those are, in case you don’t know yet. Today we’re just going to break down the doubter
because this is the one that really hinders people from making decisions.

When I have a client come in and we test her inner mean girl and we find she has a high
doubter, I already know off the bat that we’re going to have some decision-making
problems. Typically, I’ve already seen it because it’s already happened in the first few
weeks of coaching before we even get to that assessment. A lot of times, they really even
struggle with starting the coaching process, they think about it for a long time, maybe they
to go back and forth. I had a client that just signed up, goodness, I guess about a month
ago and I had had a consult call with her a year ago. After I had that consult, I never heard
from her again.

I really thought we were a good fit, I thought we’re going to move forward. I didn’t
understand why she ghosted me, but then all of a sudden, I saw someone sign up to start
coaching and I thought, “Well, who is this girl?” I had to look her up and I was like, “Oh my
gosh, we had a consult a year ago.” As we’ve gotten started now, it’s still the same thing of
wishy-washy decisions. It’s very interesting, just right off the bat, how I can see this in
somebody and see this strong inner doubter and you probably don’t even see it in yourself,
you are just so used to having this strong inner doubter likely that it’s like a warm blanket
for you.

The reality is other people can see it, especially somebody like me who can spot those
kinds of things. You likely go around and you’re doubting yourself a lot. Typically, people
with high doubters, they have lower self-esteem because, again, they’re doubting
themselves. Why would they have high confidence if they’re doubting themselves? They
tend to be in a lower energy level and I can just feel it off of them. This, of course, comes
from having some crap that’s happened in their past of, people doubting them or putting
them down. A lot of times, it’s based in shame and humiliation that’s happened in their

What’s really interesting is right now, I’m giving all of my black clients, past or present,
free sessions. I’m just giving them space to work through things if they need to, or if
they’ve worked through it with somebody else or on their own, then I’m giving them a
space to coach and take them higher because I really think this is a time when black
women need to shine. I’m finding, even in my strong black women clients, that they still
have this strong inner doubter. I’m starting to think about it on a bigger level. I’m starting
to see because here in America at least, we have doubted so much racism and we have an

I may not say the right words here, but we have an essence not giving them the space to
be seen and heard for their racist experience that they build this inner doubter. I’ll give
you an example is I caught on a client call with a black woman recently and she said,
“Lindsay, I’m feeling really good, but I just really want to process where I want to go next
in my career and I just don’t know where I’m going to go. I don’t know where I want to go.
Tonight on the call, I really want to figure that out.” At first, I must admit, there was a part
of me that was like, “Wow, can we really figure that out in an hour?” I was like, “Okay, I’m
going to just step into the space that I can give this to her in the next hour.”

We started coaching and I said, “Well if you had to decide right now, in this moment, what
would you decide?” She sat there and there was this long pause, it felt like minutes and
she just started coming out with all this stuff. She said, “I would do this and then I would
do this and this is what it would look like and this is how I feel. I know that because I had
this job and it’s this and dah, dah, dah, dah, dah.” I just let her talk and I repeated some
things that I heard back to her just to make sure she took it in, maybe asked a couple more
questions. It’s all a blur.

We got to a place within, gosh, maybe 20 minutes, where I said, “Okay, wait, you came on
this call and you said you didn’t know where you wanted to go in your career and yet you
just laid out for me basically, step by step, what it is that you want, how you want to get
there, how you want to feel in this place, what you want and don’t want. Are you taking
that in?” She sat there and she’s like, “Yes, you’re right.” I said, “You know what I’m seeing
in you?” Because this is a newer client. I said, “I’m seeing in you that you doubt yourself a
lot and yet when I ask you the questions point-blank, you know the answers very well.”

Again, she sat there and took it in. I said, “I really want to encourage you to quit doubting
yourself because you know exactly where you need to go, but yet for whatever reason,
your mind comes up with a story to take you away from that.” We ended up coaching a
whole hour. We coached a lot deeper on some things and she’s leaving that session saying,
“Lindsay, this has really changed my whole perspective on the things and I know exactly
where I need to go now and how I need to spend my time. These are the decisions I need
to make immediately to cut off the things that aren’t the right fit for me.” I got off that
session and I thought, wow, that was powerful.

The amount of change we created in one hour, just because I held space for her to make
strong, powerful decisions to be seen and heard and to, in essence, quiet that inner
doubter and look at her, now she’s going in this path of authenticity and power and where
she really wanted to go and yet this inner doubter came in and questioned them. I really
want you to think about your own inner doubter. It may seem like that’s counterproductive
because you’re thinking, “Well, Lindsay, why am I even going to go deeper in my doubter?

She’s causing my problems.” But that’s what we have to do sometimes, we have to go in
that darkness, we have to go and we have to look there. We have to say, why is that
doubter there? What are the moments from your past where people were doubting you?
Like I mentioned earlier with my black clients and women of color clients even, it’s
because America has been doubting their experience and so they’ve just built this doubter
inside of them. Now, granted some other things have happened to build that doubter, but
I’m seeing this common pattern in them with that. When they’re being seen and heard, a
lot of them are saying, “This is powerful for me just to be sitting in the space of somebody
listening to my story and I’m able to own it with somebody not doubting it.” Start to think
about your story. Why did your doubter come up? Why is it that you doubt your choices?

If you can’t answer those questions, that really tells me that that doubter is in deep and it’s
got to be separated outside of you. Coaching with me can really help you do that, of
course, but just something to think about because we’ve got to figure out why that doubter
is there. When I work with my clients, we do something called an inner mean girl interview
and I ask them these questions backed by neuroscience. It’s happened to that part of their
brain. I know it sounds weird. I know it sounds woo-woo, but I promise it works and it’s
really matter of fact actually and it’s powerful.

Then after that interview, clients say, “I know exactly now what my inner mean girl’s
telling me and I know why she’s trying to keep me safe. Now I know how to stop that voice
and just shift it.” For you, just start to tap into that doubter voice, see why she’s there. A lot
of times these behaviors are even passed down from a parent, typically a mom. If your
mom really doubted herself, or you just saw a lot of women or people in your circle,
especially in your family, who doubted themselves a lot, that can be passed down to you.
In some of the shows here on the podcast, we’ve talked about something called
epigenetics where things can be passed down in our genetics, not just the way we look,
but the way we feel about ourselves.

What we’re carrying on may not always be our burden, but then of course, environmentally
we’re taking in around us the behaviors of people around us. I know my mom has a really
strong inner doubter. I watched her grow up and doubt herself constantly and granted I
didn’t walk away with as strong of a doubter, but I know exactly where my doubter came
from and that was her and her modeling that for me. Again, really tap into that inner
doubter and really think about times in your past when maybe you had choices that were
“called bad’’ because again, remember I said the doubter really lives in shame and
humiliation. Those are the primary feelings of the doubter.

When in your past where you shamed or humiliated and really start to just dig deep into
that work. I promise you it will be worth it, so worth it. All right. That’s my first tip is, know
why it happened and that’s your strong inner doubter. Then tip number two is, if I were to
ask you a question of picture the sky is blue. You could do that instantly. Or if I say,
“Picture an elephant.” You could picture an elephant instantly. Then if I said, “Where do
you want to go next in your career?” I bet you within seconds, if not minutes, you would
come up with the answer.

This is what happens, we make decisions really fast and our brain and our body, our spirit,
whatever you want to call it, brings that to the forefront really quick on where we want to
go. For whatever reason, what happens next is equal to this filtration system, I like to call
it, of condition behavior. Again, this goes back to that inner mean girl, all that condition
behavior and we start to doubt ourselves, maybe criticize ourselves, you want to peopleplease, all different kinds of things happen in that filtration inner mean girl system.

Then it comes out of, I don’t know, or I’d like to do that, but I can’t because I’m the
breadwinner and I have to do dah, dah, dah for my family, or I can’t right now because my
kids really need me, or I can’t, I have credit card debt, or this or that. I just want to
encourage you to really listen to that immediate gut reaction feeling and maybe it’s in
your gut or your heart, your head, I don’t know, but it comes up somewhere for you and to
trust that. That’s one of the most powerful things I believe in when I’m coaching
somebody. I ask them the question and they know the answer and I’m teaching them in

Sometimes then they doubt themselves a little bit, but I’ll bring them back and say, “Well,
wait a second, but you said this.” And we’ll just keep filtering things out by me asking
questions for them to find the answers within themselves because the answers are always
there. Sometimes they may just need a little bit of tools and tips for me to help them find
those answers and I definitely give that to them, but I’m very rarely giving advice. If I do
give advice, I’ll say, “Okay, I’m going to put my advice hat on.” Or, “I’m going to talk to you
as a friend here.” And I make it very clear that this is my thoughts and feelings and not
coaching and getting them to their answers.

I just really encourage you that you sit there and whatever comes up for you, you go with
it. A lot of times you can do this when you’re journaling, especially if you’re setting a space
where you’re relaxed, maybe you have music playing, maybe you have oils going or
candles, whatever you like and you’re just in the space of, I’m going to create today, I’m
going to dream today and you open up with a pen and paper and you start writing. You can
write and dream and say, “Where do I want to be in the next five years or the 10 years?” Or,
“What do I want my life to look like? What is it that I want my family to look like one day?”
Or, “How do I want my marriage to look and feel?”

Just allow yourself to dream like a kid because when you get to that place, again, you know
what you want, it’s just then the filtration system of fear and doubt and all this condition
behavior crop comes in. For a lot of women, it’s this filtration system we’re not even aware
of. We talked about it in the Patriarchy Stress Disorder episode and I’ll link it in the show
notes, about how the patriarchy, in essence, has been linked in our DNA through
epigenetics and how we’re taught to not shine so much and not be seen and not be heard
because that’s typically how women have been for thousands of years.

When we think, oh my gosh, well, I want to have this career where I’m on a stage or I’m
seen, or I’m heard, or I’m going to speak up more in my marriage, or I want to go after this
dream or that dream, deep down in that DNA sometimes we start to say, “Oh, that’s too
big.” Or, “Oh, I can’t do that.” Just be aware of it. Just know you’re normal. It’s a totally
normal thing between our genetics and our brain to want to keep us safe and secure, but
we also have to open our minds to saying, “What is it that I really want? Where is it that I
really want to go?”

I love it, when a client comes to me and they say, “Well, I don’t know Lindsay.” And I say,
“Well, what if you did know? What if you did know, what would you tell me right now?”
Sometimes they’ll say, “Well, I just need more information.” And I say, “Well, what
information do you need?” Then we’ll go down that path. I think about this a lot. If I was in
college and somebody had asked me the questions that I now ask my clients and just held
the space for me and really allowed me to dig deep to find my career, I would have told
that person, if they had asked, “What would be your ideal career?” I would say, “Well, I
don’t know.” And they would say, “Well, what do you do know about yourself?”

And I would have said, “Well, I really like helping people, I really like analyzing people,
which I guess is psychology from what I’m told, I really like communicating with people.
When I was little, I used to get on this little stage that my mom had and I would try and
sell these beauty products and stuff and I just really loved some aspect of that, of being on
stage. I’m a dancer too and I love performing and being creative. Those are the things that
I know about myself and I don’t know how that would come together in a career, but that’s
what I know.” That’s where a career counselor, whoever could have said, “Well, here’s what
we know. Let’s come and careers based on that.”

Of course, now looking back, it’s always so easy to see that coaching was such a great fit
for all those things, of helping people being on a stage in essence and teaching and selling
and this creative aspect with it and things of that sort. It all came together. If somebody
had asked me those questions back in the day, A, I knew the answers, even as a 19, 20-
year-old girl and two, I would have saved so much time and money of not floundering in
my 20s like I did, if somebody had just held that space for me. Sometimes two people
come to me and they’re like, “Oh, I really want to coach with you Lindsay, but my finances
and dah, dah, dah.”

I’m like, “Do you know what it’s costing you every single day to not make strong decisions
and to not know where you’re going in life?” For me now, I have very little decisionmaking to do or decision fatigue. This is something my business coach that I’ve recently
hired, I mentioned, has really helped me on, is really making quick and strong decisions.
She’s like, “You know exactly where you need to go, make it now and decide and go and
then you just make it work along the way because you know, initially and immediately
where you want to go, so go with that. Then just clean up the mind drama that comes up
when you make it.”

For example, I’m not in this space, but if somebody was like, “I don’t know if I need to stay
with my boyfriend, or my partner, or my husband or whoever, where is it that I need to go?”
Well, you know immediately in your gut where you want to go. Then from there, you just
got to be courageous enough to move forward with that and clean up the mind drama.
Mind drama meaning those inner doubts, those inner criticisms, all those things to get
there. This happened for me when I decided I was going to be a coach. It was so against
my programming in regards to what my parents taught me.

They just taught me you go and you get a corporate job, you work your way up the ladder.
We don’t talk about feelings. Oh my gosh, that is like something we definitely don’t talk
about. You’re not really seen and heard and all that stuff. It was huge for me to come out
and say I’m a coach. I remember my mom saying all kinds of nasty things when I told her
that and it was really, really scary. I knew right when I had been presented with coaching
and I went through a little bit of coaching, I just kept getting this message, “This is you
Lindsay. This is it. This is it. This is it.”

I trusted that and then I had to clean up all the mind drama that came up of all those
doubts and all the pushback that I got initially. I’m so glad that I did and I didn’t give in to
just going back to a corporate career, like in human resources, or going and opening up
another dance studio because that was something else that I had at the time. I’m just so
glad that I trusted that enough to move forward with that and I had the tools to work on
my mind drama. That’s where, again, coaching really helped me with that and where it
helps my clients a lot of times too.

That’s tip number two, is just you know immediately what it is that you want, it comes up,
it pops up for you just like me saying picture an elephant and you can. Trust that move
forward with that. Now finally, my tip number three on how to make strong decisions is,
just decide that you’re a decision-maker, decide that you’re no longer confused and go
with it. It goes back to what I said earlier when I hear, “I don’t know.” And I’ll just say back,
“What if you did know, what would the answer be?” It’s so funny how many times the
answer just pops up. [laughs]

A lot of times in our life, we just have to decide that we’re going to be something. I got a
client email recently and she said, “Lindsay, I really want to lose weight because that’s
what’s going to make me feel confident and desirable.” I wrote back in essence and said,
“That’s great. Go for it if you really feel like you want that, but you know you can decide
today right now that you can be confident and desirable in the weight that you’re in.” She
wrote back and she’s like, “You are totally right. I can decide today to do that.” The last
time I heard she’s like, “Oh my gosh, my sex drive is out of control and I just feel so
confident and sexy and dah, dah, dah, dah, dah.” Because all she had to do was decide that
she could be that in that moment.

I know, sounds so simple that we can just literally decide right this moment to go and do
something. My business coach, you’ll hear a lot about her because she’s really stretching
me in so many amazing ways right now. Her name is Stacey Boehman and she is a
business coach specifically for life coaches. Amazing woman. I followed her for a year,
finally hired her. I don’t know what took me so flipping long to hire her. Again, it’s
decision-making. I knew in the moment that I met her, I was like, “I love this girl, I want to
work with her.” Then my stinky old brain got in the way and tried to talk me out of it.

I think that’s why too, I’m really on this decision-making thing right now, I’m really making
sure my clients don’t get on these patterns because I kind of got in that pattern a little bit
last year with her and I should have hired her a year ago. Everything happens for a reason
anyways. Going back to, with Stacey, I get to watch her coach a lot many of my coaching
peers and there’s so much mind drama, even with coaches, as they’re starting out business
of like, what pricing should I do? What packages should I offer? She’s like, “Stop sitting in
indecision, just decide and go with it. Just decide, you can decide right now, who cares?
Who cares about your prices? Who cares about your packages? Decide and go.”

I see her just coach on this over and over and over again. I’ve asked her questions of
things. The latest question that I asked was, it’s hard for me to really say in words what
makes me better than another coach because I think so many coaches out there are
amazing. And she’s like, “What if you don’t need to decide that, Lindsay? What if you just
say to that person, if they ask what makes you better than somebody else, just say, “Well,
I’m the person in front of you making the offer who says that, or who thinks that we’re a
good fit?” What if it’s that simple?”

I’m like, “Dang Stacey, once again, you’re making everything so simple.” So much of our life
really is very simple. We know immediately what we want, we know how to move forward
with that, we just make the decision and go with it and yet we complicate everything so
much. That’s why it’s really important we have those basic tools for success, I call the tool
belt for success when I teach my clients, to manage our mind through those things

because when we’re stretching and we’re growing, oh my goodness, so much mind drama
comes up. Stacey has helped me out so much in just six weeks of working with her.
If you follow me on my email list and stuff, you’re seeing some of this as I’m closing the
doors on some of my lower programs, I’m changing the bigger programs that I have,
they’re getting a huge makeover. That’s just because I’ve really strengthened this muscle
of just making decisions. I must say, I am pretty good most of the time at making decisions.
I have a Clifton strength called activator. Part of that is making strong decisions
immediately, but also part of that I almost made too fast of decisions where I didn’t think
through enough. Some people are on that fence of making decisions too quickly and not
thinking them through.

I see this sometimes when I’m working with a new client, or maybe just someone who’s
interested in working with me, is that they’re all over the place. It’s almost like they have
ADD a little bit. I think, “This person likely has activator input or ideation high in their
Clifton strengths.” Again, I’m raising my hand here, I have input and activator. I’ve really
had to learn how to focus that in because they just have so many pathways that they want
to go and strategic can be another one that’s like that. So crazy how we work and operate,
isn’t it?

Just to give you a quick recap on my three top tips on how to make strong decisions. The
first is to know why this happens. Go deep into that inner doubter. Tip number two is, you
know what you want immediately. Trust that, make that decision, move forward and then
clean up the mind drama that comes up with it, including probably that doubter coming
back up, maybe that inner critic even of like criticizing you along the way because you
know in your heart of hearts where you want to go. Then tip number three is just decide
you’re a decision-maker, say, “I make decisions quickly and easily. It’s easy for me to make
decisions.” Or something along the lines of, “I know what I want with my life.” And really
just continue to say that to yourself until you believe it.

You’re going to get mind drama, of course, but if that’s where you want to go in your life
and you want to be that, the first step really is just deciding and then working on that
belief every day, drilling out when you don’t believe in it and why it’s there. Giving that
space to that inner mean girl to write that stuff out and then flipping it back over. I will
give you a bonus tip here, is when you learn on the flip from your inner mean girl
something called your authentic self and if you listen to the show a lot or you’re a client of
mine, you know what this is.

This is the part of you that is you without the conditioned behavior. It’s that initial gut
reaction that I talk about of, you know exactly where you want to go. That’s your authentic
self. I always say diminishing your inner mean girl is like a seesaw effect with your
authentic self. When you diminish that inner mean girl, your authentic self just comes right
up and starts to shine and it’s easier for you to make decisions and it’s easier for you to
move toward a pathway that feels really good for you. It’s a process and we work on all
this if you were to coach with me. I would love to help you if you want to become a better

If you’re a current client of mine, you know we’re already working through this because I’m
implementing some of these things in our coaching. If you are a recently graduated client
of mine within the past year, just know that when I’m re-doing my courses and stuff, we’re
adding in a lot more of this stuff. Start to open your mind to redoing those courses with
me here in the fall as this new content comes out because I’m already teaching some of
this stuff and those clients are like, “Oh my gosh this is so amazing Lindsay.” And it’s stuff
beyond this podcast, obviously, but I’m just so excited to be in this place of so much
growth and to be able to share that with you.

I hope today was helpful. Start to think about what your takeaways from this episode were,
what you’re going to implement, what you’re going to do. Of course, feel free to reach out
to me if you feel like coaching is the next best step for you. An outro here in a bit will give
you all the info and of course it’s always in the show notes. I will see you next week my
friend. Thanks for tuning in. Bye.


Hey there, Miss Unstoppable. Thanks so much for tuning into this episode. If you enjoyed
it, share it with a friend. Send them a picture of this episode via text, via email, share it on
social media, I’m sure they would be so appreciative to know these strategies and tips on
how to accomplish your dreams. If you are ready to guarantee you’re going to accomplish
your goals and dreams, then it’s time to start coaching with me.

In my nine-month simple success coaching system, I am going to walk you every single
step of the way to ensure that you get the goals and dreams that you want. The first step is
to apply for a free 60-minute consult call. Just go to LindsayEpreston.com/apply to get
started. As always, my friend, remember, you’re only as unstoppable as you believe you can
be, so believe in yourself. You got this.

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Hi! I’m Lindsay Elizabeth Preston. I’m a certified & trauma-informed life & leadership coach who has spent the last decade helping successful women create lives that feel as good on the inside as they look on the outside by using my neuroscience-backed coaching process called, Awakened Woman.

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