10 Steps to Attract the Life You Want 

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Guest post By Heather Mathews Author of Manifestation Miracle  [This guest post by Heather Mathews, creator of Manifestation Miracle, will give you a 10-step guide to manifesting your desires. Apologies for all the guest posts over the past week, my wonderful readers. See, momz did go into the hospital, and I’m stretched a little thin. … Read more

What is Practicing Mindfulness?

I love meditation. I meditate everyday. It’s insanely beneficial, and you should meditate daily as well. Meditation and mindfulness are very similar, and the terms are often used interchangeably. However, they are not wholly the same. This post will address the confusion between mindfulness and meditation, and tell you how you can practice mindfulness anytime, … Read more

How to Find Your “Big Why” with 7 Questions

7 Levels Deep is a powerful awareness-building exercise by Dean Graziosi that helps to reveal your, perhaps unconscious, driving motivations, or your “Big Why.” While it appears simple, this exercise is actually deceptively difficult because it forces you to really examine why you want what you want a a deeper level. This exercise will show … Read more

World Summit 2020 Day 1 Notes

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If you read my post yesterday, I do have an update for you. However, I want to share these notes from the KBB World Summit that took place from October 2-4, 2020. The fabulous speakers include: Dean Graziosi, Tony Robbins, and Jenna Kutcher. Topics include personal development, business development and marketing. Dean Graziosi We’ve sometimes … Read more

Take My Advice, I’m Not Using It!

If the problems I am dealing with were someone else’s problems, I would have great advice to give. Intellectually, I know good actions to take. Why don’t I take my own effing advice!? Apparently, I’m not alone in this struggle. Dan Ariely is a  behavioral economist, best-selling author and advice columnist for The Wall Street … Read more

Truth is Meaningless?

We each create meaning and truth in our own minds. People talk about living “their truth.” Are there varying degrees of truth, or is truth absolute? I am coming to accept that truth is entirely subjective, and depends on what you believe about life, about yourself, and about others. Unfortunately, this leaves me adrift in … Read more

You Can’t Deny Your Shadows

Every person has parts of themselves that they’d rather not admit or accept. These are personality shadows, or things you don’t like to bring to light. Repressing or disowning certain qualities in yourself creates more of that quality. Conversely, when you acknowledge the quality you free yourself from it. It’s a general rule that all … Read more

Success Through Chunking Up & Chunking Down

Chunking up moves from small-scale specifics, to big generalizations.  Chunking goes the opposite way: from broad, general ideas, down to specific details. Chunking up gives you broad overview thinking. This requires you to visualize what the entire project will look like when it’s complete. Leaders, like C-level executives, are often big picture thinkers. They determine the goal, … Read more

Just Keep Breathing

In the movie Finding Nemo, the character Dory sings, “Just keep swimming.” For fish who take in oxygen through their gills, this is very similar to reminding someone to breathe. It’s also a clever way of telling someone to keep going, and pressing forward. Today I remind myself, and all of you,  to just keep breathing. … Read more