What attracts you to someone? Looks? Accomplishments? Physical possessions?

What attracts you to someone? Looks? Accomplishments? Physical possessions?

What attracts you to someone? Looks? Accomplishments? Physical possessions?
Look, we are all human and because of that we all judge even when we don’t want to judge. Consider this: what if we no longer were attracted to others because of their outward appearance or accomplishments and we were attracted to their energy?
REAL TALK… when we are attracted to someone for their appearance, we then start measuring ourselves up to them and finding some damn reason that we are not good enough or we should be doing more… again, part of the human experience.
As we dig into this, what if our intention was to be attracted to energy each day? For example, being attracted to:
  • A way of thinking.
  • Health habits.
  • Vulnerability and honesty.
  • Inner peace and a humble nature.
  • Generosity and kindness.
  • A light-hearted fun spirit.
  • An open heart and great listener.
This type of attraction would bring a whole new level to our lives, our connections, and our own confidence.
Comment down below and let me know your thoughts! 
There is plenty of time and money for it all!

There is plenty of time and money for it all!

In this time of celebration and family I want to remind you that you don’t have to do it all.  And, you especially do not have to do it all today!  Think about this quote…
Only once you give yourself permission to stop trying to do it all, to stop saying yes to everyone, can you make your highest contribution towards the things that really matter.”  -Greg McKeown
This week on the podcast we started a new series called “Best Self 2024.”  In this series we are diving into and examining our lives holistically so that not only can we show up as our best self in 2024, but for the remainder of 2023!
What do you still want to feel in 2023?
What do you still want to experience in 2023?
What do you still want to contribute in 2023?
There’s still time!  
Time for work, rest, play, connection, and more… There is plenty of time and money for it all!  Let go of having to do everything and focus in on what is most important to you.
Sending you so much love and gratitude for being you,
PS- I’d love to hear your answers to the above questions!  Hit reply and share.  I will share mine with you too! 
A quick note about gratitude and appreciation…

A quick note about gratitude and appreciation…

Happy Thanksgiving!
A quick note about gratitude and appreciation…
Gratitude is like a muscle. When strong, it makes us resilient. When weak, we are easily broken. You strengthen gratitude through conscious practice. You lose it through unconscious laziness.” – Mark Mason
Today I express my gratitude to you. Thank you for reading these emails which I share from my heart each week.
Thank you for having the courage to sometimes hit reply and share your heart back with me.
Thank you for being a part of our community of heart-centered change-makers and thought leaders.
Thank you for trusting me to go first and then accepting the invitation to join along.
Thank you for being you.
I am deeply appreciative of our connection and I am forever changed by the work we do together.
I look forward to making memories, breakthroughs and impact with you in 2024; I’ll be curating space for us in person way more than ever before!
Now it’s your turn! Send a voice note, mail a card, or call someone and show your appreciation for them. Maybe even someone that you’ve not expressed your gratitude to before… 
Sending love today to you and your family,
Feel Good This Holiday Season with These Simple Self-Care Hacks

Feel Good This Holiday Season with These Simple Self-Care Hacks

With the holidays approaching, it’s so important to keep in mind that we WANT TO FEEL GOOD during the holidays. And, in order to feel good, WE NEED TO TAKE CARE OF OURSELVES!!!
Here are my simple hacks to be sure I take care of myself during the holidays…. 
1. Use superfoods daily!
a. Sunshine Drops in 20oz of water each morning.
b. Cacao Magic and/or Butterfly Boost in my coffee each day.
c. 1 shot of Tough Mother Steept each day. (hello immunity upgrade!)
2. Move your body multiple times each day!
a. Walk 10-20 minutes after meals
b. Get your heart rate up for a minimum of 20 minutes daily.
c. Stand vs sit while working on the computer often.
d. Take the stairs, park further away, do walking meetings, etc.
3. Recognize your limits and honor your body!
a. Rest when you need to rest, even if it’s simply a 20-minute break to lay down.
b. Ask for what you need; we all need help sometimes – ASK!
c. Say no. When you need to say no, say it.
4. Have fun, don’t be so damn serious all the time!
a. Play games, let your hair down, laugh until you pee your pants (or almost!)
b. Say yes to trying new things.
c. Make space for spontaneous joy and be flexible with your plans
Here’s to feeling good this holiday season!
“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate…”

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate…”

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.”
This is a quote by Marianne Williamson.
It’s one of my favorite quotes of all time. 
It’s what I say to myself every time I’m afraid. Every time I doubt myself. Every time I question my own abilities. Every time I want to speak up even though it would be easier to stay silent.
This is how I’m able to show myself the truth about who I am, especially when I forget my own inner strength. 
Everyone needs to be reminded of just how powerful they are. You are absolutely powerful beyond measure. 
And the moment you start really believing this (with your full heart and soul) will be the moment everything changes for you. 
The world needs you.
Get out there and try your best. 
Use your voice. 
Be a source of light, strength, and love. 
Being Selfish VS. Self-care

Being Selfish VS. Self-care

My friend, Jeremy Scott shared this on his podcast last week, and it really stuck with me:
“Being selfish means there’s a desire to take from others, often to their detriment. However, self-care is about replenishing your resources without depleting someone else’s. Self-care is a means of restoring your own energy, which promotes healthy physical and emotional well-being.” 
The question to myself and to you after reading this is: 
What am I choosing for self care currently? Is it sufficient, am I feeling replenished? Where am I saying YES, where I really need to say NO so that I can care for myself? Am I holding a limiting belief about being selfish?
I am excited to hear what you come up with this week. Hit reply and let me know! 


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