Refresh Your Mind. Renew Your Spirit.
How open are you to receive? (I mean like -- really fucking receive.)
At what point do you become uncomfortable with the goodness in your life?
At what point do you say -- "Oh, no, that's ok, I'm good -- I have enough."
Just like money, we all have a "Love Thermostat" ....
How hard are you making your business?
Do you feel like you’re working 24/7 and never get a break?
There’s a really common LB (Limiting Belief) that pops up for my clients (and myself, let’s be real.) that says, “Life is hard.”
If you are running around in your life and biz with this belief that “Life is hard,” then guess what? Things are gonna be h.a.r.d....
WHEN YOU'RE EXPANDING OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE, THINGS ARE GOING TO GET UNCOMFORTABLE...
I've been riffing with my peeps about good and bad quality questions this week. (Did you know there was such a thing?)
Poor quality questions keep you stuck in the past.
Good quality questions help you take action and propel you forward.
Which ones are you asking yourself?
Here are a couple examples of POOR Quality Questions:
Every single one of my extroverted tendencies have been cultivated and practiced carefully, meticulously and thoughtfully.
Growing up, I was one of the shyest kids in class. I never raised my hand, I barely spoke and I would always get report card comments like, “Gets along well with others” and “very nice.”
Are you focusing on what's possible for you? Or are you focusing on what you don't have, what you need to get, and all the reasons why it's not here yet?
Here are a few ways that you can practice getting in a state of abundance (that don't include money!)....
I was talking with a client this week (I’ll call her Lilly) who was terrified of taking the next action in her career.
She’s been working in the same gig for quite some time, a freelance creative position, but it’s no longer working for her.
She’s not getting paid enough, she doesn’t get the respect she deserves and it’s making her question who she is and what she’s really worth.
Because she’s been doing the work, she knew that the fear of stepping up and moving to the next level of her work was about more than just fear...
Ever notice that when you start to move out of your comfort zone, you immediately want to shrink back down and re-enter it?
Can I be honest with you for a sec? ....
Do you ever worry about what everyone thinks about you? Afraid you’re not doing it right or like everyone else thinks you should be doing it?
What thoughts are running on repeat in your mind? Are they thoughts you want to be thinking? Or do they feel like they're just a running tape you listen to and obey? A stream of unconsciousness that you wish you could just turn off?