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For your ambition, and doubts

Who defines your success? You do. You, only you. So, do you want to thrive or just get by? (I KNOW you want to thrive.) I’m sharing the best tips I’ve learned along the way.

Integrity first, then hustle + 10 fresh lessons on money

Serving up a fresh batch of money nuggets, from random theories to daily habits.

Do it for the love #Truthbomb elaborations

No matter what you do in life, whether it’s truly noble or expedient BS, you’re going to sweat for it, you’re going to lose a few battles, get criticised, hit the wall. There aren’t many shortcuts to greatness, so really, just #doitforthelove.

Purification. Pain. Passion. And marrying your soul. Or…How to tap your deep creativity.

If you want to tap into your deep creativity — the profound, unbridled, genius, life-infusing, widely useful and healing kind of creativity, then purification is essential.

Is your Inner Motivational Speaker, like, nice to you? Because interior tone matters so very much.

We all have a voice in our heads telling us what to do. Pick a motivational ‘ism, (it doesn’t really matter which one): Feel the fear and do it anyway. Decide to rise. Do what ordinary people fear. No pain, no gain. Find a way, not an excuse. Dream bigger. Really, nothing wrong with any […]

Freedom worships inquiry #Truthbomb elaborations

If you want to live according to the pulse of your soul, to the depth of your desires — to be FULLY ALIVE THIS LIFETIME…then you must devote yourself to be a QUESTIONER.

Put your soul on the agenda. The 2016 Desire Map Planner Collection is here!

I say this every year: I LOVE my day planner. I’m so proud of this planner system. And every year, I totally overhaul the design and make it even better. And then I say, No, THIS year, it’s the best edition yet. Well…

Leave room for mystery #Truthbomb elaborations

…and by that I mean…there isn’t an explanation for every situation or a solution for every problem. But some of us seekers love to dig dig dig until we find the reason

28 of the best things I ever did — from my bedroom to my business

1. Started treating my office like it was a real room that was worthy of my best treasures, not the “spare room made into an office”.

Adjusting to your prosperity. (And how I stopped my habit of “getting by”.)

I’m at my first meeting with my Financial Planner: “So, I looked at your numbers,” she eased in. I felt like I was waiting for a diagnosis. “I think you’re working for your business instead of your business working for you.” Hunh?!

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