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There used to be a time where I tried to do it all. I really thought I was Superwoman.
All I wanted was balance.
I don’t know about you, but I am sick and tired of reading articles about “Why you need to have balance” or “Here’s how to have balance.”
The fact of the matter is, there is NO SUCH thing as balance. Ultimately what it boils down to is one thing:
Peace and happiness.
See, if you think about it, we want thing this called balance because what we’re really after is happiness and peace.
So why not just focus on being happy and peaceful rather than driving ourselves crazy trying to be balanced?
Life is fluid. Stuff happens. Things change.
And so my friends, today’s Keepin’ It Real video gets straight to this point.
Balance. Is. A. Myth.
Click play to watch today’s Keepin’ It Real video.
Once you finish watching, I’d love to hear from you:
What’s ONE thing you are going to do to focus on bringing more peace and happiness in your life?
I’ll see you down below in the comments
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It’s beautiful here in Kansas City and I’m so happy that the sun is finally out!!!
Hope you had a great weekend filled with rest, relaxation, and fun. If not, be sure to do one (if not more) kind thing for yourself today.
I was recently interviewed by the Wall Street Journal on a topic that I was hesitant to talk about. But, as you know by now, I cherish personal freedom more than anything in this world, so I said YES because my hope was that if one person could be positively impacted by me sharing my truth, then my purpose in life would have been fulfilled. And with any mainstream media publication, there are a ton of people commenting. I got thrown off when I read all those comments. Essentially, I fell off my positivity wagon.
With a little help from my toolbox of positive thinking, my family, and friends, I was able to get back on track.
Many of my clients are super motivated and passionate about living their best life. They are committed, driven and focused. And sometimes, they fall off track. I have to remind them that it’s normal.
This week’s Keepin’ It Real addresses this very topic.
Click play to watch today’s video where I share what you absolutely should NOT do if this happens.
As always, I want to hear from you. Have you ever been on a positive path and then gotten thrown off? How did you bounce back? I’d love to hear your story.
Have a beautiful week ahead and I’ll see you down below in the comments
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So have you noticed the change in format with my weekly Keepin’ It Real vids? I’ve been switching it up a bit between me barefoot on my green couch and interviewing awesome people in my circle.
Are you loving the interviews?
I sure hope so!
Anyways, have you ever wondered how to take all the great information that you receive from books, CD’s videos, seminars and actually put it into practice?
I struggled with implementing much of what I had already learned for a very long time. I had all the knowledge in my head, but I didn’t know how to have it come to life on a day-to-day basis.
And then I found what was missing.
Today, I’m interviewing the beautiful Nisha Moodley, Founder of Fierce Fabulous Free . So not only do I love what Nisha stands for – freedom – which I’m all over like a moth to flame….wait for it..it gets better..
Nisha and I are both from the same part of India (Chennai, formerly known as Madras) and our native language is Tamil. I mean I couldn’t believe it. Soul Sisters for life.
If you think I keep it real, wait till you hear from Nisha. This girl can break it down about what’s holding you back and getting you to move to becoming your fiercest, most fabulous, and FREE self.
If you have some tips and tricks on how you have implemented what you have learned throughout your life, I’d love to hear more in the comments below
As always, thank you for being a part of my life. It truly is my purpose and honor to share my message with you so that YOU can live an extraordinary life.
P.S. By the way, we had some tech breakdowns (like three) throughout the interview, but I gotta say, it was probably the best part of the interview. Stuff happens. Gotta keep your head up and move forward!!!
My husband Ashish and I just got back from Chicago where we spent 4 days at an amazing and life-changing event called Lifebook. We basically sat with a group of other like-minded individuals and envisioned, mapped out, and breathed life into how we wanted the 12 areas of our life to look and feel. Truly one of the best weekends ever.
And now on to today’s Keepin’ It Real.
For the longest time, I used to worry about what other people thought of me. A lot.
Do I still care? Absolutely. By nature, I am extremely concerned with making sure everyone around me is taken care of. However, the opinions of other people (and trust me there are a ton of opinions out there) do not determine my self-worth.
Let me break this down for you.
Caring is not the problem. Worrying about it is.
Caring about what others’ think simply means that you respect their opinion and will keep it in mind, but it does not mean that you will allow it to determine your worth.
Worrying about other people’s opinions imply that your self-worth and value is contingent on someone else’s approval.
If you fall into the worrying bucket, you are not alone. In my line of work I find almost all people now and then do worry about living up to other people’s expectation. Totally normal. It is human nature to want to be loved and accepted.
For as long as I can remember, my father used to say to me, “What other people think about you is merely a thought in their head.”
See when you look at it that way, there is really is nothing you can DO about what other people think of you. People will in fact have their opinions and judgments about who you are, what you should do, what you should not do, how you should dress…you get the idea.
This week’s episode of Keepin’ It Real will be answering this very topic on how to stop worrying about other people’s opinions of you. It’s going to be a good one.
Once you watch the video, I want to hear from you:
Whose opinion of you do you need to stop worrying about? AND, what’s one action you will take for you to start accepting more of who you are?
Can’t wait to see what you have to say!
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