Join me on my transformational journey of learning to shift my mindset, allowing me to choose myself first as I take my power back.
It’s all about being surrounded by people and things that motivate, inspire, and support me for a life full of joy, clarity and confidence. I’m ready for my breakthroughs!
Maybe, my words will inspire you to choose you, too.
The word “busy” totally annoys me. This time of year, I hear it so much. People looking as if they’re running around with their heads cut off and “happy” seems to be the farthest thing from their mind. Being busy is not a key to #success, #goalsetting, #clarity or event #confidence. Being busy won’t facilitate a breakthrough.
Sometimes, being strong sucks. When the accident first happened, I had a bit of a meltdown. Yup, I’m confessing. That may not sound very Law of Attraction, transformational or motivational but keep reading and learn why. Warning: Personal Post!
Over the last few years, and especially over the previous few months, I’ve put together a list of my principles for my most brilliant life. I am sharing my ten most powerful and intimate practices with you so you can see what resonates and take what you like to add to...
This change in my life nearly put me over the edge. Here’s what happened and here’s what I did. #success #mindset #breakthrough #leadership #motivation
Have you ever thought of how the seasons of life affect you, your life, and your business? Honestly, I didn’t focus on it much before, and several things have been happening in my life that keep bringing this philosophy into focus.
Don’t you sometimes wish that someone would just give you a map with all of the answers? That would take the guess-work out of life and avoid making costly mistakes.
Why do bad things happen? When they do, we have that tendency to go into “victim mode” and think about all of the ways life is unfair. Those beliefs started to pop up for me until I did this mindset shift.
I started to think about what happened to make this transformation possible- something I like to think about as a “miracle.” What did I do differently to allow this to happen? Was it my mindset? Was it action I took? What allowed this success?
For me, now, as I break through to this next level, there is a lot of bringing things into my life that create feelings of joy and happiness while pushing out things that stress me or that I dislike. Sometimes, it’s easier than expected and other times much more difficult as I discern what is truly (not) aligned and what might be fear-based.
What separates successful people from unsuccessful people is how they communicate.
It doesn’t mean that they never have issues; they’re not afraid to face the issue head-on. They apologize, move forward, and do their best to solve the situation making the customer happy. It can be an opportunity to create a “raving fan” (and I’ve seen that happen and personally been delighted many times!)