It took me a long time to realize that what success means to me is not what it means to someone else. What success means for society is not necessarily what it means for me. Success. It seems like it
While I talk about being mindful a lot on this blog and in my coaching, sometimes I need a reminder myself! This past week I experienced an epic restructuring (and a huge reminder to be mindful!). I won’t go into
Sometimes you know you need to rest, but you don’t know how to slow down. I feel that. Hard. Today is labor day and I just got back from a much needed vacation. It gave me time to evaluate several
Figuring out how to find a coach or mentor can be a scary and overwhelming process. How do you know you found the right guide for you? And how do you make sure you don’t get scammed in the process?
While I have read a lot of books, there are four specific books that changed my life – bringing me more love, peace, money, and purpose. I can point to the growth these inspired in my life and the specific
I’ve been thinking about the things that are the most important to me – my values. My principles. Why is it important to think about this? Because it helps you direct EVERYTHING else. If you don’t know who you are
Many of us are distracted by life – our minds are elsewhere. We are in fact, mindless. That’s why a mindfulness exercise can make such a difference – it puts you back in your experience and allows you to reconnect,
Guides and community make a huge difference in how successful you are. It doesn’t matter if you’re talking about athletics, finances, or relationships. You need guides and community. This is even MORE important when talking about living intentionally from love.
I’m so excited to have Casia Shreyer writing for the blog about acceptance, tolerance, and her forthcoming anthology (and the importance of stories giving us paths to acceptance). Enjoy! Note: This post contains Amazon Affiliate links. If you make a
Once you begin working on your mindset and heartset, things change. They change quickly. At first the changes pile on. You’re a new person from one month to another – almost like a baby growing. Then the changes slow down,