Tag Archive for: navigate relationships

Abundance Now – how to avoid outgrowing your community

Grab your pen and notepad and hold on tight because we’re covering a lot of ground in this video!

As we continue to talk about relationships, I think it’s important that we discuss the strain that occurs in our relationships when we begin to outgrow our loved ones.

So often, as we begin to succeed in our life’s mission, and we start to work longer, faster, and harder toward our goal, we can forget to nurture the community that has loved and cared for us along the way.

In fact, the ultimate success is creating the lifestyle you want and helping those you love in it. Read more

What you need to know about romantic relationships that will heal past hurt and welcome in a new energy/ a game

In this video, I’m talking about romantic relationships.

This one’s a game changer.

This, right here, completely changed the way that I approach and release my romantic relationships.

This lesson helped me to silence my unresolved emotions and chatter, and allowed me to feel whole and complete, even after a relationship has ended.

But most importantly, it taught me to understand that each and every romantic relationship provides a specific and necessary function that we need at different points in our life.

This is something you will not want to miss.

So grab a pen (and maybe a few tissues!) and check out my most important lesson on romantic relationships.

Behind the Scenes of recording audio book Abundance Now

Intentional Relationship

One of the first things I coach my students on is how to uplevel their circles.

Why, you ask? Because a large part of the growth in my own business had to do with who I chose to surround myself with. My relationships have shaped who I am and have transformed my life.

In both your personal and business circles, seek out the high ROI relationships.

Look for people who will pull you forward, put you on your tippy-toes, and will inspire you to reach higher. And once you find them, keep them close to you. They are your voice of reason, your direction, and your sounding board.

How to navigate relationships – juicy stuff!

Brothers. Sisters. Childhood friends. Cousins. Parents. Partners. Our loved ones can bring us our greatest moments of joy and our deepest pain.

So often when I am coaching, these are the relationships my students want to release first. The broken ones. The hurtful ones. The relationships that have faded into the background with the growth of their exciting professional lives and communities.

But before you start cutting ties, I ask that you take a pause, and ask yourself, “What about this relationship am I grateful for?” Read more