When you choose vulnerability and honesty as you tell your story, you make it possible for all of us to feel inspired and free. Say who you are, really say it in your life and in your work. Tell someone out there who is lost, someone not yet born, someone who won’t be born for…
If you’ve been hesitant to start a journaling practice, just grab a notebook and trust the BrainBraid™ process. You must remember that your story matters. What you write has the power to save a life, sometimes that life is your own. Stalina Goodwin Writing in my journal each morning is my most treasured daily ritual….
Self alignment is vital to your success as an entrepreneur. You never looked so good as when the way you live fills you up so much that your zest for existing in a way that really works for you spills over into the way you interact with your business connections. Your clients and collaborators will be compelled when they hear your ideas from a place of truly bright living.
If it feels like turmoil is roiling in every corner and the weight of the unknown is beginning to sink a little too far under your skin, you are not alone. You are not alone in the world—this era feels like that to most of us—and you are not alone within yourself—this is an opportunity to reconnect with the creativity in your mind that thrives in chaos, in a way that can be delightfully invigorating. Let’s journey together for a moment.
In our professional lives especially, it often seems that to be seen as authoritative, prepared, and trustworthy, we must approach our actions and communications with an extensive script. But living our truth doesn’t necessarily get the airtime it needs when we over-script ourselves. Recently, Gail Larsen took the time to chat with me about the power of being unscripted, a conversation which illuminated the richness of heartfelt communication.
Making space for confusion—and curiosity—at times where we are attempting to find clarity may seem like an oxymoron. But when we’re faced with the question of “What’s Next?” at any period of transition, asking ourselves pointed questions without creating pressure for an immediate answer can help us see what we’re really feeling.