Is It OK To Be Aspirational?


We love to surround ourselves with living proof that our aspirations are possible, whether it’s the cars we want to drive, the decor we want for our homes, or the lifestyles we want to live. Our goal is to inspire others to reach a new level, but there’s always one or two negative comments that pop up when we share our achievements on social media. 

Let this be a reminder that you should always demonstrate that it’s possible to achieve your dreams and turn down the volume on people who try to tell you otherwise!



(1:12) Welcome back to another He Said She Said episode of The Chris Harder Show. Today, Chris and Lori are talking about sharing an aspirational lifestyle online. 

(2:40) Chris talks about some of the backlash he received for sharing a photo of his car on Instagram.  

(4:48) Lori highlights the importance of curating your social media feed and muting people if necessary. 

(7:16) Lori and Chris say that instead of asking why someone has something you want, ask them how they got it.  

(8:37) Chris shares why he’s grateful for men his age and older who share how they’ve maintained their aspirational bodies.  

(9:49) Lori explains how she changed her diet and relationship to exercise when she started buying fitness magazines as a teenager.  

I think about all the
people who have led an
aspirational life and
I'm so grateful that
they showed me that
it's possible.

You’re Going To Hear About:

  • The difference between arrogance and aspiration 
  • Why it’s so powerful to surround yourself with examples of excellence 
  • Fueling the next generation of dreamers 
  • Monitoring what shows up on your social media feed

Resources Mentioned:

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