What does a bad haircut have to do with asking for what you want this holiday season?

Earlier this year my regular hairstylist gave me a terrible haircut.  I’d texted her a photo of myself from a few years prior in which my hair looked great. (At least I thought so!)

On the day of my appointment, I’d forgotten my phone in the car so I didn’t have the photo with me.  My stylist said that she’d seen the photo so I didn’t go over with her what I wanted.

Bad idea!  She cut 4 inches off the bottom and layered my bobbed hairstyle.  In the picture, my hair was actually longer, not shorter!

So, at that moment, tears rolling down my cheeks I realized that I’d learned a great lesson and vowed from that moment on I’d always ask for what I wanted.

Why is it so hard to ask for what you want?  How can anyone else know what you want if you don’t tell them?  You only end up disappointed if you don’t.  Why then do we avoid asking for what we want out of the Holidays? ( and I don’t mean presents.)

When you ask for what you want (or need) during the holidays you will  feel more grounded, in control, and truly experience the joys of the season.

Hear more in the video below.

Wait.. there’s more.  We’re going to answer your questions live on December 10th and give you more ways to make this the best holiday ever!  Join us here!

 

Denise Stegall
Denise Stegall

Hi, I’m Denise Stegall,

As a speaker, coach, and curator of Living Healthy List my experience ignites ideas, conversation, and connection. I am a connector, a leader who radiates emotional intelligence, strength, positivity, resilience, and a zest for life!

I bring you 20 years of experience/study in nutrition, cooking, exercise, and coaching to show you how you can enjoy a happy, healthy, and fulfilling life through nutrition and self-empowerment.

I earned my Bachelors’s Degree in Hotel, Restaurant, and Business Management with a focus on nutrition, experience in the hospitality industry and has certifications in Health Coaching, Life Coaching, Nutrition, ETP and Plant-Based Cooking.

My experience in cooking and nutrition delivers a unique perspective on what works (and doesn’t work) for most people.  The Living Healthy List Method uses three pillars: Eat Real Food, Make Good Decisions, and Be Accountable.  By following this simple plan anyone can have a truly healthy, happy, and fulfilling life.

As an authentic connector, inspirational thought leader I am determined to provide Living Healthy List readers with honest, reliable, research-backed content that can be implemented in real life to help you create a healthy, happy life you are working hard to find so you can grow, relax and transform into the person you always dreamed of being!  Feeling more confident.  Reaching beyond your limitations.  Enjoy life more and FLOURISH!