Have you ever been faced with a difficult decision in your life, that you know deep at your core what you already need/want/desire to do, but you find yourself coming up with every excuse in the book to put that decision off or to do something first, instead?
The message this week is going to be short and sweet - simply because I am about to go take my own advice and get out in nature, turn my phone off and spend some quality time with my pup, with a commitment to think *less* about everything I haven't accomplished and *more* about how far I've actually come.
I know, I know - this time of year can also be a bit overkill. If you've read any of my previous blog posts, you'd know I don't think you should wait for January 1st to make positive change in your life. However, I geek out at any opportunity to spend more time learning how I can elevate my potential in both my personal and my professional life, so this time of the year always gets me going.
I’m not one for New Year’s Resolutions - I am more of the mindset that if you want to make a change in your life, do it immediately and don’t wait. However, the reason why I love this time is because it’s the one time of the year when it is collectively encouraged to reflect upon our previous year and consciously think about how we want to be better human beings.
I just came back from our annual "Christmas on the Reservation" trip with my Love Has No Color family, and as always - it made me do some deep and internal reflecting on the way home.
(Side note - a MASSIVE thank-you to everyone who contributed, attended and donated this year - so much love & gratitude for you!)
Anyways, it made me reevaluate where I am in life and had me asking myself a few key questions that I think all of us should be routinely asking ourselves:
Today's topic is a bit different than usual, friends! My message is pertaining to a very special initiative that I am involved in and today, I'm asking for your help.
For those of you know me personally or are some of the incredible friends, family members or clients that have joined me on the journey, then you know it's time for our annual "Love Has No Color" Christmas on the Reservation trip down to the Fort Peck Reservation in Poplar, Montana.
After spending a couple of days witnessing women from various stages of their lives and businesses decidedly step into their power towards creating a life on their terms (regardless of the fears that pop up along the way) - I was inspired. (How could you not be?) It got me thinking about just how many people are waking up to lives that don't bring them joy.
Sometimes when individuals jump on clarity calls - they'll ask how I differ from a counsellor, a therapist or a regular life coach. I am neither better, nor worse than your typical life coach - I am simply capable of helping my clients go from where they are to where they want to be, and I have a very contrarian approach to doing so, and it all begins with these in-person soul sessions. While the bulk of our work together is online and our calls can occur from anywhere in the world, I insist that every client who works with me experiences at least one.