Life Values, Content Creation, and Goal Setting
Kristin has built a really supportive community based on her value of simply showing up. She has become known for her stance on lifelong learning, and having incredible live conversations with people to learn more about what makes each of us tick.
We talked about pursuing a career in acting, having the humility to focus on her true values in life, how to get started as a content creator, and what it was like to become a stand up comedian.
Kristin has built a really supportive community based on her value of simply showing up.
She has become known for her stance on lifelong learning, and having incredible live conversations with people to learn more about what makes each of us tick.
The idea of pursuing self-awareness as a lifelong goal is something that Kristin really understands.
We talked about pursuing a career in acting, having the humility to focus on her true values in life, how to get started as a content creator, what it was like to become a stand-up comedian, and some of her core memories in life.
All of this leads to some pretty incredible wisdom that we can all benefit from.
Become A Content Creator
Kristin shared the main thing she thinks that holds people back is worrying about the results. If we stay in the present moment and create content that is in line with our values, then good things happen.
We shouldn’t get stuck inside our own thoughts about how good, or bad we are as a creator. We shouldn’t be comparing ourselves to anyone else. We should just continue to show up for our audience and put the work in.
Kristin went into stand-up comedy in her fifties because it’s something she always thought of trying, she knew it would be a challenge that brought about healthy fear and she loves hearing people laugh.
She really stresses the importance of trying things out too. Over time, the more things we try, the closer and closer we’ll get to being in alignment with our life’s purpose and then the content creation will come more and more naturally.
8 Tips To Live Your Best Life
- Everyone in the world is trying to be someone else, but the greatest gift is the ability to just be yourself.
- Don’t worry about cliques, fitting in, or comparing yourself to others.
- Strive to figure out who you are, not who anyone else wants you to be.
- Life will be boring and stressful if you don’t build it for yourself.
- Focus on individuality and confidence. If you are a lifelong learner in those two areas you will live your best life.
- Remember that emotions, especially fear and sadness, are not only “o.k” but they are really valuable.
- If a certain path isn’t for you, whether it’s a job, sport, activity, or school, it’s no big deal, live in the moment and keep figuring it out for yourself.
- Don’t make decisions because they are what other people did. Learn from others, gather evidence and clues, but ultimately make your own decisions.
“Everyone in the world is trying to be someone else, but the greatest gift is the ability to just be yourself.”
“Don’t follow the whole crowd of cars in traffic, instead take a left, or a right and enjoy the journey, you never know what you might find.”
“Kids are little people with stresses, fears, and goals too. Just because we are adults out there in the big bad world doesn’t mean that we have more important, or more serious stresses, fears, and goals than our kids.”
“In any relationship, you can’t have someone else validate you. You need to validate yourself.”
“Kristin Being Kristin” is a mom and wife by day Bartender and comedian at night.
Whether she’s pouring drinks, or solving people’s problems with humor and brutal honesty, she uses Heart, Humor and Sass to share a little inspiration.
She has core values of showing up and lightening up to laugh.
She became quite popular after being a guest on Tea with Gary Vee, and since has created a live interview show, coached people in life and podcasting, and continued to create content that can inspire every day people to believe in themselves.