Writer, community builder & creator. Author of 360 Living, occasional yoga teacher, do-er of any other projects that capture my heart.
monetizing a book and digital toolkit.
know the difference between happiness and satisfaction. Happiness often tends to be reaching for more/better, whereas satisfaction is being content with where you are.
Richard Branson is among the top people I've discovered...his drive for accomplishment, combined with a desire to change the world for the better, is inspiring and motivating.
Serial learning. I'm a liminal through and through, constantly diving into new projects.
Teach yoga, freelance write, and travel the world while housesitting. Again.
The names of all U.S. presidents, thanks to a song I learned in high school. Some of them, however, I prefer not to mention. Kind of like with Lord Voldemort.
The basic principles of mindfulness meditation (letting thoughts go, focusing on breath). THIS will change your life.
This one, because it depicts one of my favorite activities, in some of my favorite spots around Paris: https://gph.is/2JWCWxa.
Jacquelyn’s CreativeMornings activity
Colton Mulligan Anxiety and Creative Tension
Before we build anything on this earth we must heal ourselves from the root.
Creating and sharing what you love attracts similar people and situations.
"Hardships often prepare ordinary people for an extraordinary destiny." - C.S. Lewis
Real change happens when the people who need it, lead it.
When we focus so much on the tiny details, we lose a huge amount of beauty.
Your personal values don't have to be sacrificed. They can be perfectly aligned with everything you do in life.
Stop creating excuses for yourselves. Don't ever allow anyone to interrupt your journey, to disturb your passion and take away what you love to do.
You meet people who have the key to the next step in your life, but what you do with that key is up to you.
I can't remember most of what I've written, but what I can remember are the conversations I've had with people in person, face to face.
Real life matters, what happens on the Internet matters a whole lot less.