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This Is Anxiety

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This Is Anxiety

Anxiety feels like failure, no matter how well life is going.

It feels like panic.

Impending doom.

Throat clenched, stomach in knots. Like there is another person inside, scratching to get out of this body.

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Never Forget Where You Came From

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Never Forget Where You Came From

For the last two weeks I took time off from my main hustle (as a server at a restaurant) to work on my side hustle (kick ass Life Transition Coach).  Being a Virgo and an overachiever, I had a nice long list of things for me to do so I felt accomplished and productive.  

One of the items on the list was to do 10 Discovery Calls and connect with women (and even one man!!) on the phone, and get hired for my coaching services.  For those of you not involved in the coaching community, Discovery Calls typically last from 30-60 minutes and we talk about YOU!! What your goals are, what's keeping you from reaching those goals, and we explore what life would be like if you cleared out all of the shit and started seeing the bigger picture.  

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My 35th Year in Review

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My 35th Year in Review

I read the book, 'Best Year Yet' by Jinny Ditzler in 2010, and although I haven't read it since then, the idea of the book really stuck with me. While I can't remember what the ten questions are that have you review your goals, accomplishments and expectations from the previous year, I've kept with me the basic premise: make each year better than the last one.  I'd like to think that I've been doing this for the past five years: taking trips to Maui, going to the gym regularly, leaving careers that were of no interest to me anymore and then...

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Become Willing To Love Yourself

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Become Willing To Love Yourself

"When we're unwilling to deal with our past or unwilling to look at our patterns, true change cannot occur." ~May Cause Miracles

I've always held the belief that people don't change, unless they put some serious work in. You have to be ready and willing to do whatever it takes to change your behavior.  By doing this, you're showing your willingness to shift and grow.  

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