It is possible to have the rock star professional life you desire and still maintain time for divine self-care. Here are a few steps to achieving the self-care that you desire and deserve.
Expert Columnist and Life and Business Coach Marianne MacKenzie shares how hitting rock bottom led her to create and Live a Radically Engaged Life™. In the first column of her multipart series, Marianne shares 3 guideposts to help you identify how you are currently living and showing up in your life and how to begin living as a Radically Engaged Woman™.
Are you living the life of your dreams? Or do you secretly wish things were different? “Desire is the first key to accelerating wealth, health, and happiness because whenever you have a wish, dream, hope, or intention, you plant a seed from which a new reality can grow. Whether this seed will flourish or remain hidden underground depends―you guessed it―on your beliefs. Expert Columnist Ann Sanfelippo shares some simple ways to open the connection to your Source and true self.
As we grow, stretch and step into the boldest vision we have for our lives it’s quite possible that old habitual self-sabotaging beliefs or habits will rear their ugly heads. The damage occurs when we allow that temporary self-sabotaging event to define us in some way and create a limiting belief about ourselves. Life and Business Coach and Expert Columnist Marianne MacKenzie shares the 3 steps that she uses with her clients to support them when self-sabotage shows up.
Life doesn’t have to be a struggle. Staying open and curious allows new perspectives and opportunities to show up and support you in being the best version of yourself and birthing the dream in your heart . This openness, combined with proven tools, and inspired action can lead to Quantum Leaps on your journey shares Life and Business Coach and Expert Columnist Marianne MacKenzie.
How often do you compare yourself to others? More importantly, how does it feel when you do? When we find ourselves in these negative spaces, it is never truly about the other person. It has to do with how secure we are with ourselves, and how connected we are to our truth. Measuring sticks are good for one thing: to help you remember how far you have come and how amazing you have always been. Here are a few of my favorite practices that help me let go of my measuring stick and embrace who I am. If they resonate with where you are on your journey, give them a try.