Mastering your Mindset Part 1- FTFR S2,Ep.12
Welcome to this week's episode of Free to Flourish Radio!
I have declared May as the month to master your mindset and in this episode I'm sharing 3 quick actions to help you develop a mindset for success.
Tune in to learn:
- Why mindset is so important - whatever your goals in life/business
- How to break free from the comparison trap
- My 3 step strategy to create a massive shift in your mindset
I’ve spent most of my life trying to change. From my weight, to my hair colour. I’ve tried to be more productive, more spiritual (I know), more confident.
I've found the key to success. I know what you are thinking... that's pretty bold right? The thing is, so many of us spend our time looking for the 'magic cure'... the one thing that's going to bring us success (whatever that means for you).
This week I'm chatting about how we cut ourselves off from abundant possibility and why I believe there is a new way to do life and business.
Many of us find afternoons to be a struggle, losing focus and feeling sluggish. I use to turn to coffee or sugar for a mid-afternoon pick me up, but now I'm happy to be able to turn to a toolkit of natural solutions.
I recently shared my daily essential oil routine over on Facebook Live so thought I'd share here too.
One common misconception about essential oils is that they simply smell nice. The truth is there are numerous physical, emotional, spiritual and even financial benefits to using essential oils. Today I'm sharing 6 reasons why you should try them.
Life, this existence is messy. Our experience isn't linear. There are peaks and troughs, highs and lows. Sometimes life is simply... well, shit.
Welcome to another episode of Free to Flourish Radio!This week I'm chatting about how comparison and how it might be holding you back.
The New Moon is a time of beginnings. It is a time of embracing new projects, ideas, plans, thoughts, relationships and the changes we wish to invite into our lives...
We hear it all the time, if you have a business/blog/brand then you need to be authentic. I get it, I really do but honestly, I'm starting to think that authenticity is grossly overrated.