We don’t need a lot of money, a big house, or even much in the way of possessions to have a legacy. If we can find something we love and make it our life’s work, then that’s all anyone needs to know about our legacy. It’s not what we possess— it’s how much we enjoyed having them.
The best part about building our own legacy is that we know exactly what it is— it’s us! We get to choose our own course through life and make things happen on our terms.
But building our own legacy is not something we can do without effort. We have to keep pushing, keep going, and keep building upon what we’ve already accomplished. It’s a lot of work and it takes a great amount of tenacity, but it’s sure worth it!
In this episode, Spiritual Life Coach and author, Aysleth Zeledon shares how she was able to build her legacy, even if it took her many years to realize them. Daniel and Aysleth also guide us through five steps that can help us build a name for ourselves: 1. knowing our worth, 2. setting time for self-care, 3. evaluating our closest circle, 4. finding the right mentor, and 5. building faith in the One who makes all things possible.
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Connect with Aysleth:
Aysleth Zeledon is a poet and the author of Eternal Waters of Life, Love, & Grace, Accepting his Asperger Tendencies, & Helping Hands with Hope.
She is a UDEMY certified and accredited Therapeutic Art Coach & Spiritual Life Coach. She got her ACTFL Certification to teach Spanish & BA in Journalism with an emphasis in print at Arkansas Tech University.
She is the owner of Zeledon Help where she translates and interprets. She is also the director of a nonprofit called Learning Idiom where she teaches English & Spanish and art virtually. Her personal mission is to break language & cultural barriers. Her organization is the first bilingual publishing company in Arkansas to publish books and audiobooks in Spanish and English. She hosts the podcast Moving Mountains For You & Spanglish podcast Transcending La Familia.
Aysleth has one son, Kevin who is a published autistic author at the young age of 10. She loves to create inspirational content for parents and loves being part of life-changing opportunities for young adults and teens.
06:40 “We have to have a vision— a bigger vision for our life.” -Daniel Gomez
08:49 “I am seeing and I’m living the plan that He has for me because I went to Him first.” -Aysleth Zeledon
11:20 “It’s hard to have that balance of knowing your own worth, but also not being prideful.” -Aysleth Zeledon
14:07 “Until I took that step to free myself of that unforgiveness was when my life truly changed.” –Aysleth Zeledon
20:52 “People think they have to work more to maintain their lifestyle. Why don’t you just trust God, trust God, that He will provide regardless of your situation.” -Aysleth Zeledon
24:59 “If you feel Like you’re unhappy and you’re not where you want to be in life, and you feel like it’s because of one particular person- first of all, look in the mirror because it might be you.” -Aysleth Zeledon
27:04 “No one deserves to be mistreated. No one deserves to be walked on. And if you’re tolerating that, it is definitely affecting who you are.” -Daniel Gomez
30:28 “Every time you try to save $1 It costs you $1000s because you’re trying to do it by yourself. But a coach has already been down that path and he can take down that learning curve a lot of time.” -Daniel Gomez