In this episode, I discuss a children’s book “The Soil is Good” by author Tori Johnson-Jones. Although this book is written for children, it explains in the simplest way about the conscious, subconscious and thoughts. Ask yourself “what are you planting?”
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May is Mental Health Month. In this episode, I discuss mental illnesses to help spread the word and bring about awareness. Each year, 1 in 5 adults in the United States experiences mental illness. That’s about 43.8 million people. I am encouraging each of you to take an Anonymous, Free and Confidential Mental Health check-up. I also share an awesome tool called “Think Ahead”; this worksheet helps you with triggers, early warning signs and creating a plan. You can get this and the screening link by emailing me directly. Caring for the mind is as important as caring for the body. In fact, one cannot be healthy without the other. Awareness
In this episode, we’re talking about Lemonade. It’s not Beyoncé’s Lemonade but you’ll learn a recipe for how to make Lemonade out of the lemons that life gives you. There are three main ingredients: (1) Hunt the Good, (2) Change your language and (3) healthy coping skills that will increase your optimism. By mixing these ingredients, you can make the best out of a bad situation.
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In this episode, I look at the differences between Motivation and Inspiration. Motivation is the quality of providing incentive or motive, to impel. Inspiration is the stimulation of mind and emotion to a high level of feeling or activity. The clear difference between motivation and inspiration is, motivation is external and inspiration is internal. I made an announcement about my upcoming coaching class that is sure to give you the motivation to get started and the inspiration to keep going.
“Bloom Where You Are Planted!” It may not be the perfect climate or ideal situation but it still deserves you’re your best. In this episode, I share parts of my keynote from the conference that I spoke at in middle Georgia. We are all builders each and every day. We hammer a nail, place a board, or erect a wall… Build wisely, not only for ourselves but for all those we touch. Our life today is the result of our choices we make, our tomorrows will be our result.