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How Well DoYou Play with Your Inner Critic

How many play well long-term with their Inner-Critic (That internal naysaying, fear-monger voice)? I'm not talking about getting in a fuss, getting over it, and then going on about your day until it happens again. I'm mean playing well full-time with your Inner-Critic even when it might be a challenge? I can tell you there is a SUCCESS FORMULA for it, and it's called the Three Ts. What are the Three Ts you ask? TACKLE ----->TAME----->TRUST 1. You MUST TACKLE that rascal, and that's not always a pleasant task. 2. You must TAME that rascal, which requires discipline, persistence and a lot of loving patience. 3. You must establish TRUST with your Inner-Critic if you are going to have a sustaina

Being An Empath In An Over-Stimulated World

For those that identify as an Empath you’ll completely understand and relate to this article. For many others you may never have heard of the word Empath, and if you have you may still not be clear on exactly what that means. So, let’s start by first identifying what an Empath is, and then we’ll expand on the affects of being an Empath in an over-stimulated world. An Empath is someone who feels and experiences the world a lot more deeply than those around you. Occurring in an estimated 5% of the population, Empaths in a sense personify empathy being able to physically, emotionally and psychologically experience the feelings of other people on a daily basis. Although an Empath has finely tune

Fear & The Sensitive Soul

How committed are you to your FEARS? I know several will respond you are not. However, unless or until you really look at all the reasons why you are not where you want to be on your journey’s path, you’ll be fooling yourself into believing you are not committed to your fears. Crazy, right? Even as Spiritually Sensitive Souls you have fears....... deep seated, years in the making FEARS that keep you STAGNANT, STUCK, and even DEPRESSED. So often, as Spiritually Sensitive Souls going through 'awakening', they shed past pains, regrets, failings, and shortcomings in order to FEEL whole and complete. This shedding process is so LIBERATING and FREEING. It’s likened to a bird in flight…..soari

Become Comfortable Doing What’s Uncomfortable

What exactly does this mean? For some it could mean doing more of what they don’t like in order to breakthrough a barrier keeping them from fully succeeding at something. For others it could be learning how to have downtime. For the purpose of this article we’ll be talking about the latter one. For those that would classify themselves as a Type A personality (See https://www.simplypsychology.org/personality-a.html) you will find very little discomfort in pushing yourself to succeed. You are the highly driven, competitive type who is always reaching for that next brass ring. You are the one who strives to climb the corporate ladder or the entrepreneur who strives at having the best busin

Keeping motivated when the newness feels uncertain.

Entrepreneurship is not for the faint at heart. There’s a lot of blood, sweat, and tears put into starting your own business. It would be fabulous to think all you needed to succeed was a dream, but the reality, like any dream we have when sleeping, is not always guaranteed to be unicorns and rainbows. There are moments during the process of launching your dream when you begin to question whether or not you’ve made the right decision for yourself and your family. Moments when you’ve done all you could and now you must wait. Not waiting as in sitting on your laurels and looking for the royalties to kick in, but rather the in between clients or events stage. You’re not quite at the point

7 Actions of Abundant Leaders

"Most people are deeply scripted in what I call the Scarcity Mentality. They see life as having only so much, as though there were only one pie out there. And if someone were to get a big piece of the pie, it would mean less for everybody else." - The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People I've spent a considerable amount of time pondering and studying the concepts of scarcity and abundance, and how our mindset reacts to both. With human behavior being so magnificently fascinating to me, and certainly plentiful in nature, I desired to know how abundant leaders think, and how they behave. While admiring their unique talents and gifts, what I found interesting was the 7 common traits they shared.

Tips for Successful Spiritually Based Businesses

There are so many talented individuals on this planet who are spiritually minded and are uncertain how to bring their talents and spiritual mindset into the business world. They have imagined, created vision boards, meditated, wrote out “I AM” affirmations, and still can't seem to start their business. Is there a “right” time? No! You can have all your ducks in a row, your well thought out plans, ideas, and strategies, and still be too afraid to start. What are you waiting for? I’ve seen countless entrepreneurs who from an outsiders view seem so disorganized, flying by the seat of the pants, and yet still baffle everyone by succeeding. Why? Because they made the leap and invested in th

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