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Episode 83: How To Eat An Elephant


Do you have big goals, big dreams, and big ideas that you want to accomplish? Do you find yourself unable to get started? Feeling overwhelmed and stuck? We’ve all been there. When you create a huge obstacle in your mind that feels impossible to tackle, you start to spiral.

In today’s episode, I’m talking about how to take the big picture and break it down into bite-sized pieces, and why it’s important to check in with yourself and make sure that you actually want to do the thing you’re talking about accomplishing.

You are no good to yourself or anyone else if you don’t like what you’re doing. Staying aligned with what’s important to you, taking things one step at a time, and speaking to yourself positively will have you on the track to happiness, success, and confidence in your everyday life.

What’s in this episode:

  • How huge goals and lengthy to-do lists can make you feel overwhelmed to the point of debilitation

  • What to say to yourself when you’re feeling stuck

  • How and why to break your goals down into bite-sized pieces that feel manageable

  • Why mentorship can be helpful (and a couple of recommendations)

  • Why you have to be your biggest cheerleader and advocate

  • Questions to ask yourself when you’re stalling

  • Coming to terms with old dreams and being okay with leaving them in the past

Links mentioned:

Latha Jay - Manifesting Coach

Madi Maple - Confidence + Business Coach

I’m co-hosting GLOW Retreat October 13-16 in Pennsylvania. There will be workshops, daily yoga, breathwork, and opportunities to connect. Join us to tap into your divine intuition and manifest your best life! There’s limited seats available, so jump on it if you’re interested in attending!

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