“Someone once told me growth and comfort do not coexist.“ – Ginni Rometty
We talk a lot about sacrifice.
Directly and indirectly it comes up for us every day.
For growth, for goals, for big dreams… how much would you sacrifice for what you want. How uncomfortable are you willing to get. For your family, for your business, for your personal fulfillment as an individual.
We get asked a lot about our steps, our processes, our lessons and takeaways, what’s worked, what we’d do differently, our plans for the future. And we always share all that. (It’s the reason why we did the podcast.)
But so much of where we are at — to get to where we intend to go — really lies in what we have to NOT do, what we have to give up, and what we have to risk.
There is no comfort in growth.
But there is a beauty in intentional discomfort. There is a satisfaction in growing pains. And when you are doing it together, in a partnership or as a family, there is a powerful connectedness in a singular purpose and a shared vision.
#thelettuces 📸 gallery by @jamesleewallnyc for @senorlechugahotsauce
Originally posted on Instagram on March 13, 2020
NOTE: This post is not sponsored. All thoughts are unbiased and my own. All photos and content are property of Lauren Cosenza Beauty LLC.
Lauren Cosenza consults for top brands, websites, and magazines and serves as a trusted beauty/fashion/mom expert, a brand ambassador, an on-camera personality and spokesperson, a creative director, a published editorial contributor and writer, the creator and owner of DIVAlicious®, the creator and owner of BEAUTYfull®, a product junkie and an insatiable beauty and style seeker — with a former life at Cosmopolitan, Shape and Bustle/BDG brands. She currently runs Señor Lechuga Hot Sauce with her husband and baby boy as the Co-Founder + Head of Brand.