How To Be The Best Version Of You -Part 3

be the best version of you

This is my final message in my 3 part series on how to be the best version of you.


If you missed my first two post you may like to read them first.


How To Be The Best Version of You

How To Be The Best Version of You- Part 2


In my first post I answered the question…………

…………..How do you be the best version of you?


You set an intention to be the best “you” each and every day. I like to do it each morning  soon after I wake.


First  you  need to identify what the best version of you is going to look like. How do you want to show up in life?


I do this by choosing words I want to embrace and become more of to achieve the success and vision I have for my life.


At the end of 2015 I chose 5 words and shot a short video on each.


My first 4 words I shared in the first two posts were:

  • Resourceful
  • Joy – or joyful
  • Enough – I am enough
  • Proactive


And my final word I share and explain in this video.



I do not mean I want everything to be easy in my life. I aim to continue to stretch myself to my fullest  potential.


Too often we fight against the flow of life. Life should be lived with ease and grace.


This year I am embodying these 5 words.


In order to have the success we want in life we must first become the person we aspire to be.


Life is about BE DO HAVE. 


Too many people try it the other way around and that is not how it works.


You and I must be the best version of ourselves. Then we must do whatever we need to in order to “have” the life and success we desire.


Thank you for reading this series of blog posts.


Please leave me a comment below and share  any words you strive to become.


Have an amazing day!


sue price








Strive to be the best version of you each and every day.

18 thoughts on “How To Be The Best Version Of You -Part 3

    1. Sue Price Post author

      Thank you Helen and yes ease is how life should be but boy have I gone against the flow at times in my life.

  1. Aaron Martinez

    I completely agree with the “BE, DO, HAVE” statement you made in this post. Many people definitely have this out of order. It turns out that we have more control than we think, and that we can shift our mindset to first become whatever it is we believe we are. Taking action is important too, and once you do enough of that, the “have” part just seems to work itself in there. Thanks for sharing, Sue!

    1. Sue Price Post author

      Yes many people, if not most, do have BE DO HAVE out of order and often back to front. It is liberating when we realize we have more control and it does start with our mindset. Thanks for your awesome comment Aaron.

    1. Sue Price Post author

      Being happy is an intention and decision Diana. Starting your day the way you do does set you up for a great successful day. Thank you for your comment Diana and glad you liked this series.

  2. DrSteve Sheiner

    Sue, you’re so adorable, lol. I love your energy and enthusiasm! Great series on being the best you you can be! I agree with your comment on going with the flow. Sometimes we can’t find the current, but we CAN find a way to steer/navigate as we look for the exit 😉

    1. Sue Price Post author

      Aww thank you Dr Steve I appreciate your comment on my energy. I love the way you have said we can find a way to steer/navigate our way through. Thank you for your comment.

  3. Akaahan

    Hi Sue,

    Happy New Year,

    It’s rather sad that many persons settle for an inferior version of themselves when they can be the very best available (anywhere in the world).

    Personally, I am very determined not just about my own self development but that of others…fortunately, you have a ton of both motivation and self development that always leaves me filled when I visit.

    Thanks for the inspiration 🙂

    Enjoy the day!

    Akaahan Terungwa


    I was wondering: have you had time to take a look at the book I forwarded late last year?

    1. Sue Price Post author

      Hi Terungwa,

      Happy New Year to you as well. I hope it is a great one for us all.

      I agree that it is sad when people settle to be an inferior version of who they can be.

      I think who we become as a person is more important that what we acquire.

      I am very happy to hear my content inspires you. Thank you!

      I have not looked at your book as yet Terungwa. We has kids and grandkids staying with us over the Christmas period and I got very behind. I will get to it very soon.

      Have a great day and year ahead.