Let’s get right into it today. Thanks for reading this week!
Question of the Week
Which sounds most like you? I will recommend a specific book based on your response. (Click your answer below.)
1️⃣ I struggle to achieve my goals
2️⃣ I struggle to trust the flow of life
3️⃣ I struggle with my imperfections
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 asked you, “What do you value more in learning, information, guidance, or both?”
64% of respondents said, “both.”
We live in a time where there is information overload, which sometimes makes it confusing what to do with all the information. That’s where guidance comes into play. Guidance can serve as the plan that helps you use information effectively.
As a self-help author and reader, I understand the inspiration from traditional self-help books usually lasts about 10 days. There’s a ton of information but not much room for concrete guidance.
I took this into account when writing my upcoming book, Pursuit of Purpose, which is designed to help you find your purpose in 30 days and free yourself from feeling unworthy, unhappy, and stuck. In addition to providing the information, I created a 30-day workbook to help you implement everything you learn in the book. The ultimate recipe for creating positive change.
If you’re tired of living with a lack of clarity and direction, text “PURPOSE” to (707) 289-7047 to get on the waitlist.
While seeking approval and acceptance from your peers may be an innate human desire, it’s in your best interests to prioritize learning more about yourself, becoming that person, and attracting others into your life who accept your authentic self.
One of the best pieces of advice I ever heard: “There’s no such thing as this is how it’s done.”
Avoid these things at all costs:
- Talking to yourself negatively
- Starting your day by checking your phone
- Surrounding yourself with negative people
- Neglecting “me time”
- Comparing yourself to others