Appreciating the Journey

of Creating Milestones

Ep. 231 FYF with Lesley

“Considering how long ago I wanted to start a podcast…it’s pretty epic that we’ve made it two years.”

Lesley Logan

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Show Notes

Join Lesley as she celebrates the podcast’s second anniversary by delving into the significance of small victories and the transforming impact of being present. Learn how to celebrate milestones, accept support, and find joy in the process to achieve greater contentment and success.

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In this episode you will learn about:

  • The importance of allowing others to uplift and support you.
  • The significance of seemingly small wins and their positive impact.
  • Lesley celebrates the podcast’s 2-year anniversary as collective achievement with the team.
  • The significance of completing a project and delivering it to customers.
  • The benefits of finding a schedule that allows for balance between personal and professional commitments.

Episode References/Links:

  • Mentions, Lauren Barker, an eLevate member
  • Mentions, Bianca Filoteo, an agency member
  • Mentions, Liza Stael, an eLevate member

Lesley Logan: It’s Fuck Yeah Friday.

Brad Crowell: Fuck yeah.

Lesley Logan: Get ready for some wins.


Lesley Logan
Welcome to the Be It Till You See It podcast where we talk about taking messy action, knowing that perfect is boring. I’m Lesley Logan, Pilates instructor and fitness business coach. I’ve trained thousands of people around the world and the number one thing I see stopping people from achieving anything is self doubt. My friends, action brings clarity and it’s the antidote to fear. Each week, my guests will bring Bold, Executable, Intrinsic and Targeted steps that you can use to put yourself first and Be It Till You See It. It’s a practice, not a perfect. Let’s get started.


Lesley Logan
Happy FYF my love’s, how are you? Oh my god, we made it to the end of June, that’s a frickin win right there. So thank you for being here. Thank you for having a Fuck Yeah Friday with me. We’d love to make these short, sweet and their inspiration to acknowledge the types of wins you probably are having. And if you’re listening this podcast, struggling to celebrate your wins. So hi, Lesley Logan, if this is your first time here, hi, guess what? It’s the anniversary of this podcast, two years we’ve been doing it, two years. I cannot believe the amount of people who are listening to this podcast. It blows me away every single time. We’ve made it two years. This is a long haul for me babes. I plan on doing this for as many years as I possibly can, as long as you like to hear this voice. So that’s a win. But believe it or not, I have some other ones to share. Before I do that, though, your wins. So this is Lauren Barker. She is one of my eLevators. She’s in round three. And here’s the win she has. I taught the CPR instructor, a friend that talked me into getting into teaching in the first place. She has been really down lately and she’s been contemplating not pursuing her master teaching level. I asked her if I could borrow her for 15 minutes. At 15 minutes I told her we could stop or I had time if she wanted to keep going. She stayed into the entire map routine. She has never practiced classically. And she said she loved it. She didn’t know that Pilates could be like that, especially the mat. She said that she felt that, so satisfying the fatigue that she felt like she was shaking on the inside. Show me today and said that I had made Pilates fun for her again, and surely hope to be willing to work with her more. It’s a beautiful gift to be able to give, be able to lift up a friend teacher that’s frequently encouraged me. I so often struggle with feelings of inadequacy, but I was able to give her what she needed that day and maybe more so on a deeper level, grateful and also so grateful for the encouragement so many of you have given me so many different. Lauren, so happy you’re on round three. And way to give back to another teacher. It’s so important that we as teachers who are listening this podcast, let other people pour into us. And we often don’t let that happened because we think it’s our job to warn others and it is but you can only warn others if you’ve important too. So thank you for sharing this win, I hope that every teacher and female person listening to this realizes how important it is to let people pour into you. It can truly get you out of that stuckness you’re feeling. Our next one is from Bianca Filoteo. She is an Agency member, I’m obsessed with her, she has, I’m obsessed with every single one of you, but I really have loved the journey following her as the many years I’ve known her. So she said, one client upgraded her package and wants to try twice a week for the next month. One kind of been working with who had a total knee replacement told me her physios already notice changes after only four sessions, and he suggested to keep doing Pilates, and got more self practice time in this week. And my body’s feeling so good. I share, I love sharing this moment so much because I think it’d be so easy to ignore all three of these ones. These are big wins. And you might think these are small wins in your own life. Just like one person in your life like doing a little extra because of you, and one person having these improvements because of you, and you taking time for yourself. These are massive wins in a big way. And I want to share this because it’s so important to me that you’ve noticed that wins don’t have to be like you won the fucking lottery, they can be these little daily nudges that what you’re doing in this planet matters. And you matter. And it’s important that you take care of you. One more win for you from our listeners. This is Liza Stael. She’s also an eLevate. She says, I’m FYFing for my future self because I know how I’m going to celebrate my 52nd birthday. On the second longest day of the year, sandwiched between Juneteenth and the summer Equinox. Since I’m turning the same number of years as there are in one week, there are weeks in one year, so she’s turning 52. You guys, there are 52 weeks in a year. I’m going to FYF every week for a year. What better way to mark the number of years I’ve danced around the Sun by celebrating my wins? Yay FYF practice. So who is going to join Lisa on this journey? I mean, I am, I’m signed up for that. But that’s because of this podcast. What are you? Are you willing to celebrate your wins every single week for a year? I hope so. And now for my win. So here’s the deal, is the second anniversary of this pod, so of course you think well of course the win is a podcast and it is. I couldn’t be more grateful to get to celebrate this day with you. It’s kind of epic. Considering how long ago I wanted to start a podcast . it’s, it’s Pretty epic, that we’ve made it two years. Do you know how long, do you know how hard it is to make something lasts for two years, it’s actually so easy for something to last two weeks, two months, even a year, think about relationships in your life. But two years, it’s a big deal. It’s pretty huge. But I met a chef last week with Brad and some of my besties in Knapp, Utah. And he had won an award. He was voted best chef in Utah. And he said, It’s a weird, weird award to win. Because you can’t be the best chef without a kitchen staff. And so the second anniversary is a big one. But it’s not just my win. It’s my team’s win. And so to every one of my team members who is listening to this podcast, hello, I truly couldn’t have done this without you. And the impact this podcast is having is because of you. Yes, I’m part of that. But without you, it would not be edited. It probably would not be consistent. And for fuck sure, it would have tech issues. So thank you. My other win is this. Last week, I couldn’t celebrate the FYF because it happened on the Friday after I put the podcast out. The people who print our flashcards for the chairs deck, they sent a video of the chairs being printed. And it’s really cool. Like they send this video and it’s like, first of all to see sheets that come out. And it’s so weird, especially if you have never seen a printer before. Like it’s these weird, like they’re super long. It’s like longer than legal page sheets. And then I’ve seen the video when they’re cut up, and they’re like spiced up and then they’re put it in like human hands are like organizing them, which is shocking to me, because I’m like, I don’t understand why this is not like machine made, but they’re somewhat machine made, but mostly human hands, touch them. And then someone whose hands put them in a box that they actually, while it’s printed by a machine, someone hand folds, the boxes. And every time these boxes get printed for the first time, it’s like it’s kind of like, I don’t have children, but it’s like the birth of a baby of mine. Because this particular deck was nine months old. I started working on it in October of last year in Cambodia. I wrote the copy for the decks, then somebody else who was a teacher, but not classically, reviewed them. And then I reviewed them and then someone who’s not a teacher at all review them, and then we send them off to the printers. And then I reviewed the printed version. And then they get sent out again. And it’s this long process. And it’s so easy for people to see and go wow, that’s your like, you’re so lucky. Oh, wow, that must be so nice. So incredible what you’re doing and and sometimes people have weird suggestions for me, which I think they’re being helpful, which is fine. That every time we print a deck, it is this humongous accomplishment. Because while I technically finished this deck, back in April, it’s not finished until it’s in the hands of you, those of you who bought it. So that is a another massive win. And I have a third win. So I mentioned that I was at a restaurant with an amazing award winning chef in Utah. And I shared this one because one of my besties from many, many moons ago, was out visiting and I worked on a new particular schedule last year, I’m always talking with my schedule tweaky with my schedule, moving with my schedule, to try to find the schedule that helps me show up as me fully the most. And I worked with my assistant last year in October, I said this is how I like my schedule to work. This is the vision I have for the schedule. And I have noticed how much I love the change of the schedule, I make gain and somebody else share that way I’m making the schedule. Let me know if you want to know, ask another question, while answering one of the Thursday episodes. But I had worked on this October of 2022. I told her how I envisioned it and I want to try it out for q1 of 2023. And in March of 2023 is like I love it. Let’s keep going. So this is the first time my friends are visiting me since I made this change in my schedule. And I my friends came out on a Thursday night. We hung out all day Friday. Wednesday night. We hung out all day Thursday in town. And then Friday we went off to Utah and then Saturday we hiked around Utah on Sunday, we returned home and I said I’m so sorry guys. I have to do at least an hour of work on the way home because I definitely won’t be able to hang out with you when we’re at home but I have there’s some work that I tried to get done before Thursday night couldn’t do it. And it has to be done before then today today. So if you don’t mind, I’m just gonna work while we’re in the car, listening to podcasts, you know? And my friends, like, of course, and also, this is amazing how little you’ve had to work the whole time you’ve been here. And it’s like, well, thank you. I always try not to be working whenever visiting with you guys. But several times you visited, there’s been some crazy chaos that has happened that’s required me to deal with the chaos that happened for an hour. And like, that’s fine. You know, it happens, people understand, they’ve always been understanding. But to have them notice how little I’ve had to work was such a win. Because I really pride myself on being as present as possible when my friends are visiting. But as a business owner, for three companies, it can be a little hard everything, every business has its own needs at every given time. Like I imagined parents with three to four or five kids, you know, like, there’s, it’s kind of impossible for them not to be something going on. And there’s tons going on. Actually, there’s a lot going on, the cards were printing, we have this thing of Profitable Pilates that was going on, there’s something else going on, we’re getting ready for and yet, because of this schedule that I created for myself, and I have been working on for the last six months, I was able to be present. And it was just so nice for other people to notice, because I knew I was but for other people to acknowledge as well was such a win. So these are my wins. Do you see how there can be so many wins? Some of them can be because of a team, some can like because of a lifetime of efforting, and some of them can be intentional choices you’ve made, and they’re not, they don’t sound huge to the rest of the world, but they’re huge to you and that means are huge to me. So celebrate your wins, tag me in them. And just send them in so I can shout them out to all of our listeners. Thank you so much and happy Fuck Yeah Friday!

Lesley Logan
That’s all I’ve got for this episode of the Be It Till You See It podcast. One thing that would help both myself and future listeners is for you to rate this show and leave a review. And, follow or subscribe for free wherever you listen to podcasts. Also, make sure to introduce yourself over on IG at the @be_it_pod on Instagram. I would love to know more about you. Share this episode with whoever you think needs to hear it. Help us help others to BE IT TILL YOU SEE IT. Have an awesome day!

Lesley Logan
‘Be It Till You See It’ is a production of the ‘Bloom Podcast Network’.

Brad Crowell
It’s written, filmed and recorded by your host, Lesley Logan and me, Brad Crowell.

Lesley Logan
It is produced and edited by the epic team at Disenyo.

Brad Crowell
Our theme music is by Ali at APEX Production Music. And our branding by designer and artist, Gianfranco Cioffi.

Lesley Logan
Special thanks to Melissa Solomon for creating our visuals and Ximena Velasquez for our transcriptions.

Brad Crowell
Also to Angelina Herico for adding all the content to our website. And finally to Meridith Crowell for keeping us all on point and on time.

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