Find Your Awesome with Crystal Honeycutt

 
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Crystal Honeycutt: “I don’t want people to be alone.”

Crystal Honeycutt is the daughter of a drug addict and prostitute who found herself orphaned, sexually abused and starved for days at a time by her 13th birthday. Crystal faced a crucial decision: become a survivor and thrive, or remain a victim and continue suffering. 

Now, Crystal is a social media expert and creator of School of Grace, Grow in Grace, and Train Dirty Fitness with over 600 certified TDF Instructors across the US & Canada. She also owns an organization called Sheila's Daughter, which provides basic necessities and meals for women suffering from addiction. 

This episode goes deep right out of the gate (bring your tissues). Crystal is brave and vulnerable and beautiful. She truly is love. Listen in as she shares her experiences, why she does what she does and how she shows up as herself in everything she does. We talk about love, integrity, business, grace, faith and community. This one’s powerful; join us.

“I do what I do so that no woman ever wakes up alone or goes to bed alone or cries at night because she has no one. I do what I do so that they are not alone. They have at least one person. They’ve at least got me.”

Nuggets:

“Every time we give a suitcase filled with necessities to a woman or we feed someone that’s homeless, I feel like that gives my mom just a little piece of her integrity back, just a little.”

“I can love her and not accept what she did. I don’t have to be happy about the choices that she made.”

“Love means that I am going to wholly accept you, but it will be my choice and you can’t make me decide when that time is right.”

“You have the ability to change someone’s life because my grandmother changed my entire course.”

“When the mirror was put in my face and I couldn’t blame her anymore, I didn’t want to be the person to blame for ruining my own life. And that’s when I changed.”

“We all have to have faith in something.”

“If you’re not going to love your people, you need to rethink what you’re doing.”

“I do what I do so that no woman ever wakes up alone or goes to bed alone or cries at night because she has no one. I do what I do so that they are not alone. They have at least one person. They’ve at least got me.”

Learn more about Crystal at: 
http://crystalhoneycutt.com/ and at https://traindirtyfitness.com/

Follow Crystal on Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/crystallhoneycutt/

Music: bensound.com