Exciting news! The waitlist for my new ebook and workbook will be open soon 🙂
I designed this project to help you reconnect with your life, find your path, and gain crystal clear direction. It comes with a 30-day workbook that outlines exactly what you need to do. I figured it would make it less frustrating if I did the leg work for you.
I’ll let you know once the waitlist is ready to rock n’ roll.
Question of the Week
Which situation sounds most like you? Click your answer below and I will provide actionable advice.
I feel lost and confused.
I feel stuck.
I feel disconnected from life.
I’ll share the results in next Thursday’s newsletter. Check out the results from last week below!
One – last week’s results.
Last week, I promised specific book recommendations based on your responses.
If you crave personal freedom, read The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz.
If you worry about the future, read The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle.
If you’re afraid to live outside your comfort zone, read Hunting Discomfort by Sterling Hawkins.
You are not a product of your surroundings. You are a product of how you manage your life within your surroundings.
Boundaries are your ticket to a life you love regardless of what’s happening around you.
Here’s what they don’t tell you about turning your passion into a job.
I picked up my first camera when I was a kid. It was a Nikon Coolpix that looked like a brick.
This was the beginning of a journey that would take me around the world.
I figured if I was good at photography and I loved it, why not make it my job?
But the second it turned into work, I hated it.
No matter how much you love what you do for work, there will always be something you don’t like about it, so be careful what you turn into work.
I now refuse to make money through photography and do it for pure joy.
This is your permission to do some things you love for the joy and not money.
Curiosity is a tool you can use to discover more about your life. It is a flashlight that guides you away from feeling stuck and toward your desired path.
You can activate your curiosity by asking questions, challenging your thinking, and collaborating with others. The more you lead with curiosity, the brighter the flashlight shines.