Tip 1 : You Have To Be Willing To Work On You.

If you are not willing to work on you, feel free to read no further. In every single scenario, I was the common denominator. I attached my emotions to every outcome. One sunny day, I was living my best life. Then the rainy day came, I was actually envious of the rain doing some of the work for me, and during fire season I was in sheer panic. Emotions can change like the weather. You have to be willing to work on you, so you can weather the weather.

Working on you isn’t simply saying “I need to work on X.” It’s writing down what your challenges are and how they relate to how you want to grow and coming up with a plan with steps of how you want to change. It’s ok to recognize and identify the things in your personality that are hindering your growth and holding you back. It’s the first step to be able to work on yourself. Be ready to peel back the layers and dig deep.

About The Author

Jackie Johnson is a Holistic Brand Strategist who founded Wildling Botanicals, Wildling Herbs and Wildling Dreams Consulting. Through her businesses, she has created proprietary body care and herbal supplement products from homegrown, clean ingredients she farms herself.

Jackie’s credentials also include a 15-year career in business, helping grow retail, hospitality and fitness companies before striking out on her own to create luxury wellness products she wasn’t finding in the marketplace. She brings a much-needed perspective to the beauty world by joining nature and business together to empower people inside and out.
To find out more visit:

Jackie Johnson
Wildling Botanicals
Owner & Founder
Phone: 720-277-9399


Jackie Johnson: @jackie_johnson_ceo
Wildling Botanicals: @wildling_botanicals

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