Episode 020

Living A First Class Life

Lindsey shares her miraculous recovery and the journey that followed a fatal car wreck. Learn how Lindsey went from feeling “not good enough” to be called a miracle woman to becoming an expert in overcoming obstacles and living a first-class life (Nothing to do with status. It goes so much deeper). 

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In 2007, a “fatal” car wreck left Lindsey Vertner brain dead and paralyzed. Medical experts were amazed at Lindsey’s miraculous recovery. She uses her unparalleled perspective to push her clients towards success in their personal and professional lives.

Lindsey’s expertise centers around overcoming obstacles, work-life balance, and the “3 Pillars of Self (a methodology that focuses on self-care, self-worth, and self-discipline and how each of these areas affect our lives at a subconscious level).

As an award-winning peak potential strategist, speaker, and 2X #1 best-selling author, Lindsey is devoted to teaching ambitious, female leaders around the world how to balance their lives by putting themselves first without guilt. Lindsey is also co-founder of The Unleashed Woman – a nonprofit organization that uplifts women of all backgrounds through empowerment and networking events. 

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Lindsey’s Website– Learn more about Lindsey’s products and services.

Here is the link to the goal-setting template (this ain’t your average goal setting template).

1-on-1 Coaching with Justyna St. James – Reference Podcast for $250 discount on all packages!

3 Takeaways

 

1.  Self-care is NOT selfish.
Oftentimes, we wear multiple hats and juggle many balls. Unfortunately, I learned the importance of self-care the hard way. I was a wife, mother of 2, graduate student, working an internship, and running 2 businesses when I had a brief emotional breakdown. It was in that moment that I realized I could not do it all and must prioritize self-care if I was going to succeed.

2. Self-worth cannot be earned.
In 2007, I was pronounced brain dead and paralyzed after a “fatal” car wreck. Although my physical recovery was swift, my emotional recovery caused unseen wounds to rise to the surface. I struggled with the belief of not being good enough. Later, I learned how limiting beliefs affect our personal and professional lives at a subconscious level.

3.  Self-discipline is key.
Examples from the above stories illustrate that no matter how bad you desire something, it only becomes your reality after you combine the right mindset with the right actions.

 

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