I love to hear the inspiring powerful presence you have. Keep up the amazing work, women need you!
~ Lisa Nichols
It was a breath of fresh air. I began to realize that the freedom I felt/experienced on the coaching call was something I was created to enjoy and able to have in my life on a daily basis.
~ Chantel C.
Vasavi has a compassionate and caring style of coaching with the perfect level of toughness that allowed me to push myself toward my intended outcomes.
~ Melissa R.
I have something that I’ve been dying to get off my chest. So here goes: Whether you believe me or not, you were gifted this life to make a difference in the lives of others. Now, maybe you already know this. But in my line of work, I am always asked this one question: What is my purpose?
What if I told you that your purpose is as simple as: Discovering, learning about, creating, and being YOU. Like really? What if all you had to do was to show up each and every day as your most frickin’ fabulous self? And listen, I get it. Some days aren’t so hot. I’m not talking about being perfect. I’m talkng about being YOU.
And you my friend, were not put here on this Earth to be perfect.
Perfect is boring anyways and leads to high blood pressure and stress..not fun. I can’t imagine me NOT doing what I am doing in the world. Talking to people, listening about their dreams, their goals, and supporting them in getting exactly what they want. Essentially, a life designed by YOU, for YOU, so that you can be of service to OTHERS.
If figuring out what you want has been a struggle for you, I recommend two things:
— Check out my course, The Art of Taking Confident Action
— Schedule a 20-minute chat with where we can talk about ways that we can work together so you can stop trying to “figure things out” and start living on purpose.
There was a point in my life where i lived in a Vasavi bubble. When I got out of my little bubble, and started to focus my energy on “What can I do for you?”- that’s when my life totally shifted. But in order for me to walk down that path, i had to get crystal, like CRYSTAL clear on what i truly desired in my life FIRST. I’m not talking about the things that i wanted, I’m talking how i wanted to feel.
On today’s Keepin’ It Real, you’re going to learn that finding your purpose isn’t hard at all. After you watch this week’s vid, I would love to hear from you:
What does it mean to “live on purpose” for you?
Can’t wait to hear from you in the comments below.
Since the time I was kid, my parents drilled into my head to never chase after money. My father always said, “Be of service and money will follow.” What I am learning more and more about myself is that the less I worry about money, the more it flows into my life. The less I worry, the more mental space I have to create programs and services that will help people move forward in their lives. It wasn’t always that easy. I would often find myself scratching my head wondering, where is the money going to come from? It was quite the paradox.
On the outward, I seemed to have it all together, but my bank account was a hot mess. HOT MESS. My self-worth was wrapped around how much money I made (or didn’t make). I mean, come one now. My mother is a doctor (how Indian of her) and my father is a CPA. Both in private practice. Both have worked their little brown butts off. The bar was set from a pretty young age. Needless to say, I lived a very abundant life. I got to travel all over the world from a very young age, meet people that I would not have typically had the chance to meet. But most importantly, like the thing I am most grateful for- is the opportunity to invest in myself through formal education, certifications, books, seminars, retreats, and mentors. I no longer view money as something that defines me. Rather, it is merely an expression of my work, creativity, and commitment to service. It’s taken consistent practice and discipline to get to this place.
Click play to learn the NUMBER ONE thing to focus on to detach from money.
You wanna know what I’m sick and tired of? Talking about the past. I’m sick and tired of it because for so long that was ME. I spent most of my time asking “Why did this happen?” or “Why me?” It literally made me sick. And tired. So you see, this is why I keep it real. I keep it real because the way that I was able to move past my past was to be honest with myself and understand that there was absolutely nothing I could do about my past- that the only power that I had was to be focused on the NOW and move forward. And, that the one thing I had control over was HOW I related to my past.
If you have ever found yourself living in the past, then this week’s Keepin’ It Real is for you. Nothing to be ashamed of. Like I said, it took me a very long time to move past my past.
It’s awesome what we can create when we truly let go of the stuff that holds us back.
Click play below to to get down with this week’s vintage Keepin’ It Real. (more…)
For the longest time, I believed that I was the black sheep of my family. I would make my mother and sister wrong for never “getting me.” It was a perpetual narrative that I played in my mind…over and over again. It kept me from having a deeper connection with my sister and mother. You want to know what the worst part was? I really believed that I was right. Have you ever told yourself a story so many times that you start to believe it’s the “truth?” How’d that work out for ya? Well, if you had a similar experience to mine..then it SUCKED. Because:
I alienated myself I made my family wrong I never believed I was “enough” I rejected their love I was cold and abrupt
The day that I realized that my story was a big fat lie, was the day I was set free. Click play to learn how to choose your response when you feel stuck in your family story.
Once you watch the video, I would love to hear: Next time you are with your family, how will you now choose to respond? What do you learn about yourself and why you get triggered?? I’ll “see” you in the comments below!