Non-engagement is for anyone who wants to establish boundaries, find their personal power and be respected. Learn more here.
We learn to view and label emotions as “good” and “bad”. Happiness being good, anger being bad, etc. Labeling emotions as “good” and “bad” is limiting and damaging to our mental health Emotions are meant to serve us but when we label them we become prisoners to them We need to see emotions on aContinue reading “Viewing Emotions on a Spectrum Will Improve Your Mental Health. Here’s How”
We need to focus more on figuring what we want because the cost of not knowing what you want is extremely high.
Talking shit, gossiping, or talking badly about others is something we are subjected to all throughout our lives, to the point it may seem normal. When we were kids we could hear our parents talking trash on neighbors and relatives, in school we witnessed kids gossiping about others, and as adults the gossip and trashContinue reading “If You’re Gonna Talk Shit, Say It Behind My Back”
In order to successfully navigate life we need to be aware of who we are. This includes having a strong understanding of our thoughts and emotions and how we manage them. Unfortunately, we aren’t encouraged or taught how to be self-aware. Instead, we are encouraged to ignore our emotions and we are taught unproductive thinkingContinue reading “3 Ways to Awareness and Why You Need It”
Ending the 100 podcasts in 100 days series with a thank you to listeners and a reminder that if you continually show up for yourself, you can, you are, and you will!
Ghosting is drama. People who ghost are drama. If we want to protect ourselves we need to take a different approach to ghosting.
To succeed in personal development we need to know that we are deserving. Learn how here so you can confidently build your confidence.
Living in a world where everything seems urgent causes anxiety. Prioritizing what we need is an act of self-empowerment.
Guru’s and influencers will tell you that self development is one size fits all. But it’s really trial and error. Let’s make sure you have realistic expectations.