Now that it’s clear that determination and will alone are not enough to allow us to share our gifts and thrive in our life, alone, we know to ask whether fear and smallness are setting the agenda. I heard from
Once upon a time, not so long ago, I found myself trying so hard, reaching all the time, exhausted, because my efforts bore no real fruits. Know the feeling? Sometimes, there’s just so much we can will into being. Sometimes
It’s already February, and I am still not used to writing 2016 as the date! Instead of resisting the passing of time, it would serve me better to choose to focus on how the year moves at a perfect pace.
The beginning of this year has come with challenging energy of the kind that, in its full blast, it is so helpful to have people, touchstones, and practices that help us, me, remember that, even though I may want to
What a crazy few weeks these last ones have been! I set the craziness up for myself— unwittingly, mistakenly— but I’ll take responsibility for it, I accepted more work than I should have, thinking it would be a lighter load.
What gets on your list of priorities? How do you decide what matters enough to put time or money towards it? How often does doing what you love to do, just because you love it, make it on that list?
You are here on purpose! And, when you stop listening to your small self, with its “who do you think you are” and “too big for her pants” thoughts, you know it, too. You, with all your quirks and specificities, are here
Today’s video for you is mostly because the language around procrastination is so full of negative judgment. We aren’t here to judge ourselves; when we do, we can’t radiate our brightness or stand in our power. And procrastination is a
Recognizing how deeply our mindset can affect the results in our life, and having strategies to shape it can be incredibly empowering! We have the ability to shape what shows up in our day-to-day so that it reflects what we
You know how I talk about building a life you thrive in? It’s dawned on me that I may be miscommunicating. See, building sounds like so much doing, what Abraham/Hicks call “efforting.” But that is not what I mean, that’s