Posts in Learning
Five Years Into a Lifetime of Learning

When I started my online retail business i remember feeling overwhelmed, small and challenged… like I has a lot to do. I even sat in the bath in Vegas in April 2014 and wrote myself a letter of where I wanted to be 12 months from now, all the while eating cold macaroni and cheese!

I was determined to become known in my new business so I had to get to work in my biz but also work on myself. Hearing that my thoughts become things I decided to take a good hard look at my mindset, to monitor what happens inside my mind, it was creating my reality, and I had the power to change those neural pathways if I wanted to.

The learning and personal growth I have experienced over the past five years has been phenomenal - I have much greater awareness of who I am, my strengths and flaws, and am working to uncover and clear some of my deep-seated fears and unconscious beliefs to free up how I see the world and what I am able to create in my short but impactful time on earth. 

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Busy is a Choice... and a Curse?

Wow. You know those times when you come out of some training, a deep immersive learning experience, and you have had a lightbulb moment?

This one was good. I had to write it down.

Is our habit and dare I say it - obsession - with being busy a form of sabotage? Sabotaging our ability to become our best selves, by endlessly filling our days with stuff to do?

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I am an abundant Badass

 Have you read any books about money mindset lately? They have the power to unblock you so that you can become financially free.

I started reading these books about ten years ago (Secrets of the Millionaire Mind was my first cherry-pop!) because I realised that otherwise money would just keep going through my fingers, because I wasn't paying it enough focus, attention and respect.

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The other side of Fear

As a child, I was terrified of death. To the point of convincing myself that it would not happen to me. That the doctors and scientists of the world would invent a way to stop it from happening. To me. As a child, this was fear-based, ego-based thinking. Not that I knew that, and I never voiced my darkest fear so couldn’t get a better way of understanding it. Bless.

Fast forward to adulthood and there is a path we have each followed to understand life and death. I have lost friends and family so very loved, and each time they have gone with dignity and grace, and I’ve come to face a common fear that none of us will get out of this alive.

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