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050: Practicing What I Preach

Confidently Uncomfortable with J.Go

Release Date: 09/20/2021

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J.Go just hosted her first ever LIVE EVENT, the Go.Retreat in Charleston, SC. In this episode, J.Go chats with her lifelong friend (and editor of this podcast) Alex Hanson, and catches her up on the process of putting together this retreat, showing up confidently uncomfortable, and working through her limiting beliefs. 

Where did the idea of hosting a retreat come from?

- J.Go always knew she wanted to do live events. She missed coaching in person and making those types of connections. 

- When she was little, she wanted to be a preacher and speak in front of an audience. 

How did the Go.Retreat come into fruition?  

- The original plan was to host it in May 2020, but that didn’t happen. 

- Once she signed the contract with the Wild Dunes Resort, things got real. 

- J.Go needed to find guidance and support to help her make this dream come true. 

- She talked to Lindsey Shwartz (https://www.lindseyschwartz.com/ @llindseyschwartz) who helped her see what was possible.

- It can be overwhelming to start something new. Limiting beliefs will arise, and they did for J.go. Sometimes our egos tell us we don’t need help, but we do. 

How did you confront those limiting beliefs and challenges that arose?  

- J.Go focused on the impact she wanted to make, and stopped focusing on being the biggest or most perfect event. Being able to release the ego of how it was ‘supposed’ to look helped her shift her mindset. 

- She surrounded herself with people who support her

- Shoutout to Alex Hanson - She was there as a sounding board and helped with all the brainstorming. 

- Shoutout to Acacia Robinson - event planner and sister-in-law! J.Go could not have done this without you. 

- A family emergency left J.Go feeling overwhelmed, underqualified, guilty, and wanting to quit. Acacia could no longer function as the event planner, but thankfully her baby daughter had a successful surgery over the weekend. 

- J.Go needed to grieve what she thought the retreat would be and release what she thought it SHOULD be like. Her mindset shifted now to “What can I do?” 

- Shoutout to J.Go’s husband Tom. He stepped up as her biggest supporter and took on the role of main event planner. He ensured that J.Go could be present with the women on the retreat.

What was the Go.Retreat like? 

- The women who came were amazing. They were brave, powerful, and open to getting to know each other. They had fun while being vulnerable and real. 

- Friday: Mean Girls themed PJ party with a Fashion Show. This set the tone for the weekend. You can be unique and show up confidently no matter what you’re wearing. 

- Saturday: 5K on the beach, brunch, pool party, silent disco. 

- In every part of the day, people pushed themselves, got out of their comfort zones, and supported each other. 

- J.Go had a surreal feeling watching her dreams happen in front of her. 

- The main theme was to not focus on limiting beliefs, but shift our mindset to support our most confident selves. We get skeptical to try new things, but it’s in those moments that we grow. 

- A lot of women were waiting on their dreams until they weighed a certain amount or had enough money. They can take their experiences from this retreat and use it right now, wherever they are in their self love journey. 

- Sunday: Yoga on the rooftop

 

- J.Go has been doing BCB for 3 years now, and is so grateful for her support system and the women who joined her on the first ever Go.Retreat!

- Join the waitlist for her final BCB program of 2021! Slots open on September 28 2021!