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You don’t have to do it all, just because you can

    Do you set high standards and expectations for yourself?   Do you have a never ending to-do list that seems to get longer, not shorter?   Are you a high achiever?   I definitely fall into this category and have exhausted myself being like that over the years.   My driving limiting belief was “you have to work really really really hard for everything you have and even then you can lose it all again”.   Over the…

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Learn to love being alone

  I’ve never really believed in the old saying “two halves make a whole”.   It never really made sense to me.   Don’t two whole people make a better partnership?   If you’re half a person then you’re always looking for someone else to meet your needs instead of you being able to fill your cup without external sources.   When I was in my 20’s, I remember the feeling of looking at a whole weekend with no plans.…

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Are you aware of your own bullshit?

Personal development is a never ending journey; we’re all a work in progress, but the journey is so worth it.   The first step of change is becoming aware of your own bullshit; once you get tired of your own story, that’s when the biggest transformation happens.   How do you know you’re living in a bullshit story?    You keep playing small in life by not going for what you really what  You’re not speaking your truth  You’re afraid…

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What’s this thing called life all about?

“Remember that what you are seeking is also seeking you” As a 15 year old, I used to completely do my own head in pondering philosophical questions. Why are we here? What happens when we die? I used to sit there and try and imagine what happens when we die – I couldn’t imagine not existing anymore, so what happens instead? Never not existing? Combine those thoughts with hormones. Yeah. HARD WORK. I knew what I saw around me wasn’t…

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Try this to release past hurts

We all have emotional baggage from our past that holds us back from achieving our goals and being our best self. One of my favourite things to do is to help others uncover what’s holding them back so they can become the best version of themselves. Out of the hundreds of tools I’ve learned along the way, forgiveness work is my number one go-to if I’m stuck. The first forgiveness technique I learned was taught to me by my best…

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The best investment you can make is in yourself

If it’s true that your number one asset is YOU, then why aren’t you willing to invest in yourself? All too often I hear people say they really want to {lose weight/feel better/make more money/change their career/insert desire here}, but that they don’t have enough {time/money/confidence/insert objection here}. Here’s the thing. If you’re 100% committed to making a change, you’ll do what it takes. If you don’t have the time, you’ll MAKE the time. If you don’t have the money,…

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