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“You need to find your unique voice if you want to thrive.” – Todd Henry
Alicia Keys. I admire the depth and soulfulness of her music, how she channels pain into positive energy. To me, she is an example of vulnerability and not hiding who you truly are. She encourages me to be comfortable in my own skin and to focus on inner beauty.
Teleportation of the mind.
Spoken word artist, podcaster or undercover agent.
How to do a cartwheel.
How to make a bracing cup of AeroPress coffee.
Sarah’s CreativeMornings activity
Randi Olson The How and Why of Intentional Living
What daily habit adds to your stress?
Take the time to pause and see how things are influencing you.
Intentional routines create freedom.
You can give meaning to the mundane.
Intention plus action equals magic.
The key is to have practices in place where you’re constantly checking in with yourself so you know how you’re doing. You know if something’s off.
Intention is less about what you are doing; it’s how and why you are doing it.
Living with intention is a key player in reducing the stress in your life.
You’ll be surprised how many people are willing to help, are willing to support, and that are willing to have your back through it all when you step out there and you just be yourself.
In those moments of hardship, it becomes a true test of character: What are you going to do? How are you going to become better because of it?
You’re never going to stop growing. Things are going to change.
Carlton Wilcoxson Producer, Comedian, & Mentor
If we live in constant restart, we will find ourselves prepared for the unexpected, adaptable, grounded and inspired. We will grow, find deeper understanding, empathy, light, perspective, our better selves and love.
If we really wish to grow creatively, emotionally, intellectually, we must live in constant restart. We must embrace the unexpected, challenge ourselves to take risks, see the world differently, try new things and eat giant sandwiches.
Garrett Bryant (in)constant restart
Discover the unknown. Experiencing something new makes you new.
Inspiration can come from the unlikeliest of places.
If you take a step back from things and clear your head, you can rejoin and look back at it with fresh eyes.
The best ideas and life decisions often come when we embrace simple truths, and simple ideas are sometimes the most powerful.