Being an “achiever” has served me well in many ways, but it’s also been the primary source of my internal angst. Join me in this episode where I share my personal take on achieving vs. becoming–and come download the special worksheet we created that can help you personalize this for your unique situation!
Clearing clutter is about WAY more than the “stuff.” There are also a lot of thoughts, feelings, experiences, etc. going on behind the scenes. This is one method that is making a big difference for me!
Do you have some subconscious “rules” you’ve been following that desperately need to be replaced? I’ve had a rough couple of months, and this podcast will hopefully spare you from making the same mistakes I did. 🙂
How can we actually feel CONTENT with our progress–instead of feeling behind or inadequate or mixed up with all those feelings of being “imperfect”? Today I’m sharing a powerful thought from a favorite book!
Making change in our lives takes courage–and it’s WAY easier to just sit back and do nothing. So how do we get up the courage to change? The LearnDoBecome community is sharing their wisdom today!
Most (if not all) of us are afraid of change, growth, progress, moving forward, etc. There are really good reasons we’re holding back, but sometimes our subconscious is protecting us SO WELL that we wonder if we’ll ever be able to achieve that awesome life we envision for ourselves. Here’s something that is helping to change that for me!
I used to feel incredibly frustrated when “my list” didn’t get done each day. This shift in perspective has been a game-changer. Come join the conversation!
A healthy mindset is essential when it comes to getting organized, creating great relationships, and living a life that feels “good.” Discouragement is a common trap, and so today I’m sharing 10 ideas that have recently helped me with my perspective.
To help spark some ideas for your own goal-setting, I’m sharing the 6 things I regularly review so I keep my focus throughout the year. Hope you enjoy them!
If you were to share some advice to strengthen “you” of 10+ years ago, what would you say? It might sound like a silly question, but this can be a powerful exercise, and today I’m sharing 10 things that would have made a difference for ME. Hope it’s helpful for you!