Ease, Space, & Meaning

Today is the second week of my summer sabbatical, which I am taking because I was nearing burnout. I knew that I needed to make some deeper changes within myself — and I wasn't having very much fun — so I decided to make a radical change in my schedule and experience.

Watch the video or read the article to discover what I’m learning during this time of change and how it might help you have more ease, space, and fulfillment.

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Unraveling Self-Stopping - Shaming

We’re going to tackle a big way you may be stopping yourself, and that’s shaming. You may know the work of Brené Brown. If you don’t, please check her out. She has so much to say from her research and her teaching about the effects of shaming. Shame is extremely toxic, and I want to talk about it so that you can locate where you may be shaming and stopping yourself.

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Your Word For 2019

I've been thinking about my word(s) for the new year. It's a fun exercise to review this year and dream up the next. I like to choose an overarching word for the year and then 3 words for more specifics that I desire to create in my life. I post them on my mirror and revisit them often, including putting them into my calendar with other priorities for the upcoming week.

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How Do You Stand Out?

How do you stand out in a marketplace that’s really busy, really noisy, and really crowded?

Today we are talking about Step 7 in how to create a clear and compelling message for your business, so that

· You stand out in the crowd,

· Your ideal clients can hear you,

· You attract the clients and the income you desire and deserve and

· You make the difference you want to make.

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Is Your Business Talking to You?

Some of the most successful business owners I know communicate with their business regularly.

Sound strange?

Do you wonder why they do that and how?

What the business people who talk to their business tell me is that their business is an entity with intelligence and desires of its own. When they communicate with and listen to their business, they get new ideas and perspectives they would not have gotten without asking.

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