I just find an organization or a cause that needs awareness brought to it or needs something to happen towards that cause or charity. And I will start collecting for that. Because not everything in this world is perfect. So some places and causes a lot do need the that support or help. And I’m here to try to help them
Now, when it comes to shifting the thought process I was studying. So I love studying, I’m sure you’re familiar with a lot of these texts as well. I can’t remember what I was studying. But it was I was studying something about re releasing resistance. And when I really came up with that idea, and when I really started to study that and started to think about that. That was the ultimate turning point. Because I had realized I had all this resistance, I had realized that the attitude I was presenting in the situation that the thoughts, the feelings, the actions, they weren’t aligned. And even though I pretended they were deep down, I knew my truth.
We are all human.
And even though we each have our differences, we all share at least one thing in common. We will all face challenges, shortcomings, and trials in our lives. That’s the beauty of the human experience. And if we embrace it instead of trying to force each other into neat little boxes, beautiful things are possible.
Today’s guest is Matt Nelson, and he believes that everybody has good in them. Yes, even your high school bullies. And he believes that with self-reflection and a shift in perspective, people have the capability to create upward momentum in their lives. No matter what your personal struggle is, you have the opportunity to make a difference and strive for greatness.
In the midst of Covid lockdown, young Fanelson Strongitharm boarded a plane and flew from Haiti to his new home in Canada. Filled with happiness and gratitude for his new home and family, he now continues to look forward to his future with peace and optimism. He believes that we can all make a difference in the world, and that we are capable of being whatever it is that we want to be.
“Who would you be if you didn’t know who you were?”
Vince Fowler joins me on this episode of the podcast asking some real thought-provoking questions. He sheds some light on how our identities drive our behaviors, influences our decisions, and gives us forward momentum towards our goals. Knowing what we want our future identity to be gives us the opportunity to plan out our progress and prepare for obstacles we may face on the journey there.
As Judy says, hope creates miracles. By focusing on the things we can control, we can become more self aware and create a better life for ourselves. Listen in, and look forward to your future with hope and enthusiasm.
Jahaan Blake joins me on this episode of the podcast to talk about showing up, even when it isn’t easy. Even when it isn’t comfortable.Even when you just don’t think you have it in you to make your goals a reality. Because that’s how you make progress!
Today’s guest, Maggie Lam, is here to tell her personal story of not only persevering through tragedy, but using it as a catalyst for growth. Maggie believes that experiencing hardships is an opportunity for transformation and to bring about a better version of yourself. It’s not that you never allow yourself to feel sadness, grief, anger, or any other emotions, but you allow yourself to experience them, process them, and then accept what has happened and decide how to move forward with intentionality.
Recovery isn’t one size fits all. You may have to break out of the box to forge a way to your recovery. That’s what today’s guest, Corinne Simpson, did, and she just recently celebrated her 20th year of sobriety! Despite her respect for programs like AA, they just didn’t work for her and what she wanted from her sobriety, so she found something that did. You can do the same.
Listen in as she shares the amazing possibilities and options for recovery that are out there, and how she was able to forge her own recovery and rebuild her life to be what she wanted.