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What to Write When You Don’t Know What to Write

What to Write When You Don’t Know What to Write

Writer's block! Gah....it's a b*tch. I get it. So what can you do when you just don't know what to write, check out this week's vlog below. Are you truly aligned to your content? If not, stop writing about it and write about the thing that lights you up. Take a break, move away from desk, get some fresh air. Ask the question and listen for the answer. Sound to simple? Stop trying to overcomplicate it and get writing.

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Time to Step into Courage

Time to Step into Courage

Last night I began working with a woman who had met me just one week before at my London workshop, in tears.  She was crying because so much of the content I shared had touched her. Moved her. Shook her. And although, she knew the person she wanted to be and was open to the possibilities of what she could create for her life. Where she was in THAT specific moment, was self-loathing.  Hating. Herself for all of the decisions, choices, learned habits that had told her she wasn’t enough. And it hurt.  Her pain hurt her.  And her pain hurt me.  But in that hurt something opened up.  A space for healing.  A space for loving.  A space for freedom.  And she took a step into that space and reached out to me. She had made a decision. The decision she was ready and prepared to invest in herself.  And last night we spoke. And it was true, she really IS ready. And I’m excited to say that she is joining one of my private group coaching programs.  Her decision felt EPIC, because I knew that just one week ago how she felt unworthy of so many things.  In fact, even on our call she had felt unworthy of so many things.  But with just a couple of questions and being OPEN to the process she went...

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How to Make Better Decisions?

I've been speaking to a number of potential clients recently, alongside noticing a trend with people who are wrestling with self-sabotage.  And if I’m super honest, noticed the same thing in myself yesterday as I hung out with the fam. And not being able to put my finger on why I was feeling a bit funky. Last night, I stayed up super late and watched The Departed, a violent, intense gangster movie by Martin Scorsese even though I was shattered. Even though I’d watched it before. Even though I could have recorded and watched it this evening. Even though I knew that watching the film would not be good for my chi, I made the decision to stick it out anyway.  Why is it when we know what is good for us?  What will propel us forward?  What will keep us on track to doing the thing we say we’re longing to do?  Do we look at the options laid out in front of us and then make a decision based on what we want in the moment. Which in the moment might feel like: Comfort. An easy life. Security. Peace. Less stress. But underneath the surface of these desires, as we make these ‘in the moment’ choices, we are left with the discomfort of an unfulfilled soul.  Disconnection with the highest version...

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