Cayli Cavaco Reck is the founder of Knockout Beauty, a business that encompasses both one-on-one skin consultations and meticulously curated retail spaces in New York City and Bridgehampton. Eager to bring her expertise and knowledge to more women, Cayli and her team are developing a series of live Knockout Beauty events to be held in numerous cities across the United States. Here, she shares her 5 Rules For Life, in her words.
1. Day one or one day.
I am constantly reminding myself that this moment, the present, is the gift and that the more we put off action or a dream the less time we will have to enjoy it.
2. Jump and the net will appear.
The idea that there is a right moment when all of the circumstances will line up perfectly for us to achieve something is lovely but too often we are not able to recognize when the time is right. If you are living life authentically and going after something you are passionate about and committed to the jump is really just the affirmation of the commitment. The more committed we are the less likely we are to fall. Particularly when we are in alignment and working for the highest good and not so much committed to the outcome but committed to the dream that it is possible.
3. Be someone you would like to know.
A great test of your self-alignment is to strive to be a person you would like to know. Aspire to be your true self and to enjoy the company you keep when you are alone.
4. Learn to rest not quit.
Consistency is not just doing something every day it’s also knowing when to rest so that you can continue. You will never be consistent if you quit and you will quit if you don’t rest.
5. Find your tribe.
It’s so important to find the people who believe in you and it’s equally important to find people in whom you believe. When you are able to come together as a collective consciousness anything is possible.
Thank you, Cayli! Stay tuned for more Five Rules installments.
“5 Rules For Life” is a series on Rouge18 in which I ask others to share their five rules for life about anything and everything. You can learn a lot about a person by reading which five things govern their actions, no?