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How To Journal Through Your Triggers And Get Out Of Your Own Way

Do you ever react to a situation, a person, or an experience only to feel terrible afterwards?!  Do you ever set goals only to fall short because you keep getting in your own way?  Do you get frustrated when your behaviours and actions don’t line up with the person you WANT to be?  If so,…
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Five Sections To Keep In Your Journal

“Resistance cannot be seen, touched, heard, or smelled. But it can be felt. We experience it as an energy field radiating from a work-in-potential. It’s a repelling force. It’s negative. Its aim is to shove us away, distract us, prevent us from doing our work.” – Steven Pressfield, The War Of Art. In the gap…
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Five Message-Making Categories For Sharing Your YOU

You love what you do. Your work is meaningful, purposeful, and it makes a huge difference to your perfect who. You have amazing clients who you love working with (and who love you), but now you’re ready for more. You’re ready to step up and take your message to a wider audience, and you’re ready…
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Eleven Lessons From The Inner Journey

What is the inner Journey?  [ When you change – the entire world changes because your perspective shift] 1. The inner work is the real work  Your inner world is as vast and uncharted as the outside world. Your foundation within. Where you lay down strong roots from which can grow the magnificence of the…
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List Journaling As A Catalyst For Ideas & Self-Awareness

List journaling is one of the easiest ways to journal – because all you need to do is write a list! With list journaling, there’s no need for long, lengthy prose or complete sentences. In turn, your answers create a page of manageable, digestible information, which is super easy to look back over and reflect…
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How To Live A Deep-Dive Life

Right now, it’s harder to live a deep-dive life. Our modern society isn’t set up to promote such a lifestyle. I read recently that the attention span of a human is now 8.25 seconds. That’s less than the 9 seconds managed by a goldfish, and a significant decline from the 12 seconds measured in 2000…
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