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Interview with Stacey Curnow, Purpose and Success Coach

Aspire Magazine is honored to introduce you to Stacey Curnow. Stacey is a purpose and success coach who recently left behind a 20-year career in nurse-midwifery – helping women give birth to babies – to help women (and some very cool men) give birth to their BIG dreams. She published a best-selling children’s book, Ravenna, and is currently writing Pain Body Proof, a book that expands on a concept first articulated by Eckhart Tolle in his book A New Earth. She is the Featured Life Purpose expert for … [Read More...]

Wisdom & Self Growth

Using Detachment to Manifest Abundance

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 The Law of Detachment & How to Bring it into Your Life:Live Your Life On Purpose and Joy will flow. We’ve heard that and there is no doubt that it is true. Once you have discovered your purpose, all things are possible! You actually become your purpose. You think your purpose. You speak your purpose. You act your purpose. This kind of living leads to Joy and abundance of all kinds. But, what happens when life throws you sticky challenges. You want the best possible outcome, of course. And, challenges come in all shapes and sizes. Health, Career, Family, Relationships all have their own unique journeys and come with complications. Whatever hat you wear obstacles will be placed in your way. It’s called life and these situations can get in the way of living on … [Read More...]

Health & Wellness

10 Healthy Mini Changes You Can Make to Your Diet Today

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Sometimes it’s the little things that count. Here are some small changes you may consider adding one at a time to your current routine. Play with them, see where they fit in, and decide whether they make a difference. When a change gives you more energy or gets you feeling a little better, note it and stick to it and it will just become part of your life — kind of like brushing your teeth. Drink 8 glasses of water a day. Staying hydrated keeps your energy level high all day! It can also play a big role in weight loss and disease prevention. Most of us walk around dehydrated. Figure out a fun way to drink water — add lemon or lime, find a cool glass and straw that you love, fill a colorful pitcher or to-go containers – so you always have water near by.  Tell … [Read More...]

Relationships

12 Rules for a More Peaceful and Happy Holiday

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Often times it’s hard to find inner solace and elation when the Holiday to-do list is runs amuck. When the house is strewn with unwrapped gifts and you haven’t had time to hang the stockings over the chimney, the season can seem more like an endless burden than a joyous event. Amidst such pre-celebration chaos, these twelve simple rules will help you restore inner peace and experience a greater sense of happiness throughout the bustling season. Rule 1 – Wanting Everything To Be Perfect Is In Your Head Especially if you are the hostess, remember that your guests are much more interested in filling their stomachs with great food than judging the scuff marks on your kitchen floor or the new ding in your wallpaper that you stare at every day. The perfection of … [Read More...]

Career & Business

Don’t be a Loser – Keep in Touch

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If you aren't keeping in touch with your current clients, prospects, leads, customers, etc., you could be a big loser. You may be losing an opportunity to provide someone the benefit of your expertise, losing a chance to build a long-term relationship, and, ultimately, losing money. Why is keeping in touch important? If you're in the business of providing a service, especially an online service where it’s mostly done over the phone, you need to interact with people in order to start a relationship. Sharing information, providing tips, asking what types of information or products may be of benefit – are all ways to cultivate that valuable relationship. It follows that people want to do business with people they know and trust, someone whom they have a … [Read More...]