What would happen if we just stopped questioning ourselves?
What would we be able to accomplish?
Who would we inspire? Who would we be inspired by?
Would we tell the people who inspire us thank you?
Would we tell them about our own work? Would we be willing to be gloriously messy to everyone?
Would we be willing to be vulnerable in our messiness?
Would we be willing to be fully seen? What would happen if we laid it on full throttle?
Like riding the Harley too long in 2
This morning I was guest lecturing in a class at 6 AM my time (yes I am sleep deprived, this may ramble). One of the students asked me how to formalize their soapbox. And I thought, “THAT IS A GENIUS QUESTION!” There are 4 ways to really solidify what you want to say so that when you are on your soapbox you can gain a little traction. Collect your people: Build your village and bring the people around you that support you the most. Then rant, go ahead, tear it UP! Pluck the t
There will be many moments in our lives where we will be presented with the opportunity to make a difference in someone else’s life. It is that presentation that creates space for us to expand our soul, grow love in our hearts, and tap into the intuitive energy that flows deep in our veins. Most people won’t take this opportunity. For most people it will seem too daunting, too difficult, too uncomfortable. And so…the moment quickly passes us by. Until the next time, because t
You do not have to control everything.
You do not have to create chaos where there is none.
You do not have to tell people what to do to feel like you are in control.
You are loved and this isn’t something you need to sabotage.
You are safe. No one is going to hurt you. Do not panic.
Your default is not panic.
Your default is NOT panic. Anxiety isn’t real.
It is a symptom of an old story.
It is an illusion. You don’t have to give in. You are ok. You are loved. You don