Finding Closure & Expansion After Hard Times

Are you embarking on a new beginning after a time of confusion, questioning, or challenging darkness? Challenging times offer us opportunities to grow, and they can be launching pads helping us clarify our goals & move towards our desires. On the other hand, if we keep our challenges hidden from view, we’ll never feel truly seen or understood by others, and more importantly, we won’t love all parts of ourselves with the fullness & wholeness it takes to m. Our personal darkness & how we manage it makes us who we are – for better or for worse. Today’s tip offers some questions you can use to bring closure to your challenges – so you can expand through embracing your darkness and the lessons it brings & move forward with a clean, clear slate. At the end, I share about how these Tuesday videos will be changing moving forward! Thanks for watching, and I’ll see you in May.

 

How to Welcome More Awesomeness Into Your Life

Sometimes welcoming good things into our lives is easier said than done. Today’s Tuesday Tip Video offers three steps you can take to welcome your desires in with a little more ease and a little less effort. You deserve everything you’ve been asking for, and it’s ready for you!! Follow these steps to relax and allow the good things to come in. Let me know how it goes, won’t you? See you next week!

How to Inspire, Excite, & Engage with Others… When You Aren’t Really Feeling It

When it comes to building success and leaving a legacy, we need to build engaging connections with other people – our core support system, our clients, our bosses, our teams… Everyone! Other people play important parts in the lives we’re creating, even if you prefer to roam as a lone wolf most of the time. Inspiring the people around you can feel daunting, especially when you’re not feeling inspired yourself. Still, learning how to inspire & engage other people can be an invaluable tool in your life if you develop it. Today’s tip video gives you 3 considerations to get started! Enjoy.

 

How to Navigate Change Like a Pro

This week’s Tuesday Tip is all about change!
 
Change is an unavoidable part of life. It’s a necessary part of growth & expansion. If you aren’t actively changing, life will change things up for you. When we’re able to roll with the changes rather than resisting them, we can use them to our advantage rather than letting them knock us off course entirely. Today’s video will help you become master change artist, so you can experience consistent stability – no matter what life throws at you.

How to Easily Connect in Elite Social Environments

Are you looking to connect with people who have more accomplishments, connections, or more money than you do? It can be intimidating walking into a room filled with elite and powerful people, but it doesn’t need to be. Todays video gives you some things to consider while connecting with different circles, so you can make the connections you’re looking for at social events. Implement these tips and you’ll effortlessly impress the folks you’re dying to connect with, allowing you to reach your goals and up-level your success over and over again.

Move Towards Success: How to Spot Self Sabotage Before It Sinks Your Ship

Have you or a loved one ever been impacted by self-sabotaging decisions or behaviors?

Self-sabotage describes actions and choices that take us farther away from our goals rather than closer to them. If you’re working towards a goal you haven’t been able to achieve yet, there’s a good change you’re sabotaging your own efforts somewhere behind the scenes. Even (especially) if you’re not aware you’re doing it.

Talking about this topic has the potential to get very heavy really fast. It’s one of the least desirable areas of life, and it applies to everyone. Self-sabotage is a natural thing. It impacts every area of our lives.

The skill of spotting self-sabotage and choosing to re-direct is important for everyone, because once you’re able to spot these habits before autopilot takes over, your biggest challenge becomes disaster prevention rather than recovery and rebuilding after total shipwreck.

If you’re looking to create something new in your life – usually better health, better relationships, or more money – spotting self-sabotage before it takes you off track is a skill you need to master. You’re getting your sword sharpened on the topic today! Take these steps to stop self-sabotage before it sinks your ship:

  1. Become aware of your patterns. Think back… What do your high points look like? Where are your lows? What steps happen in between, bringing you up and down over and over? Once you see how your unique patterns play out in your life, you’ll be much more able to spot them as they occur. Once you’re so familiar with your self-sabotaging behaviors and patterns that you can spot them in the moment, you’ve gained the power and awareness you need to make a different decision.
  2. Notice how fear pops up when you consider making a different choice. Recognize that it’s a good thing! It often means that you’re on the right track, even if it doesn’t feel like it. Fear responses are designed to keep us “safe”, and our animal brain has learned that our patterns are safe – that’s why we keep repeating them over and over again, no matter how much new pain they cause over time. When we consider something new, fear tries to scare us back into the pattern. Embrace the fear, try new choices anyway, and get support to help you see things clearly during this time.
  3. Remain persistent and focused on what you want to accomplish. Remember and develop the vision you’re working towards, especially when the going gets tough. Know that challenge and failure are important parts of the process. Remind yourself repeatedly that you deserve to reach your goals, and it’ll be safe to enjoy your accomplishments once you get there. Even once you reach your goals, you’ll find new ones to work towards, and that’s OK! You’ll always want more, and you’ll always have what you need to go out and get it.

Above all else, remember to take very good, loving care of yourself. This is challenging, brave, never-ending work, and practice IS perfect! Before you know it, you’ll be sailing in a straight line no matter what weather comes up. Good luck, and safe travels.

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