Today’s special episode of the Joyful Living Podcast is all about healing relationships and ending the pain cycles that keep us stuck. If you had a nail stuck in your foot, would you leave it there and ignore the pain, or would you seek immediate medical attention? The answer is obvious, and yet if I […]
“I’m so excited to burn myself out, feel stuck and not reach my goals this next year” …SAID NO ONE EVER. 😉 And yet… have you found yourself feeling excited for the New Year… while also a little gun shy? Are you hoping your goals will come true, but feeling like you’ve been burned in the […]
Are you ready to create your dreams in greater alignment and flow in 2018? Today’s powerful episode of the Joyful Living Podcast with special guest, Kelly Anderson, will invite you into a deeper, more intuitive practice to support 2018 in being your more soulful, aligned and successful year yet!
For Kenneth, true Joyful Living is being alive and living with a purpose to create something bigger than him. It’s being in the moment and engaging in the daily rhythm of life.
Kenneth offers a program called The Mindful Marketing School that helps online businesses take things to the next level. He talks about, as an entrepreneur, business and life tend to run together – that your business ideals and practices often align with your personal beliefs.
Recently, I’ve found myself reflecting on this past season of my life; the shifts in beliefs and thoughts and how those shifts have impacted my idea of joyful living is. I challenge you to do the same – to check in on your 2017 and recognize what you have learned and how you have grown.
I’m also excited to grow with you in the coming new year! My hope is that 2018 is a year full of MORE BLOOMING and MORE JOY.
Recently I asked about some of the biggest pain points people were experiencing in their businesses. One lovely woman replied: “just knowing what to focus my efforts on next.… or a marketing calendar. LOL. Seems as though as fast as I plan them I have to start over and plan them again. But I guess that’s […]
This week I get to spend some time talking with my good friend Pam Baumeister who is seriously one of the most down-to-earth and joyful people I know. Pam and I have worked together in the past and have been both professional and personal friends for several years now.
Pam does a great job of putting things into PERSPECTIVE and being able to appreciate what we have. She points out that everyone has something to be grateful for – to be happy about. It’s so crucial that we stop every now and then and take inventory of the all of the things we have in our lives that truly bring us joy.
One of the things I most enjoyed in talking with this week’s Joyful Living podcast guest, Pam Wasley, is her willingness to discuss some of the trials and challenges she faced as she started her businesses. Too often, we only see the “pretty side” of the start-up process and don’t hear the “ugly.” But Pam has a unique view of the mistakes she’s made over the years – by sharing them, she can help those she mentors to avoid the same mistakes.
It’s one thing to see ads and articles touting the successful business owner making six-figures. It’s another thing to actually hear the story behind the success…the beginning stages, the real struggles that came up at each step of the process and the eventual life lessons that often pave the way for those that follow. That’s why I am so excited about this week’s podcast, where we get to hear more of the story behind the success of Adam Urbanski.
I love Adam’s willingness to share his story with us. Here is this highly successful businessperson who is humble enough to talk through some of the beginning steps he took that led him to where he is now. As he points out, it’s the grit and determination of those early stages of building a business that become the most important and valuable story.
Molly’s thoughts reminded me so much of how important it is to tune in to what makes us happy every single day. It might be the way a piece of handmade felt feels in your fingers, the first sip of your favorite cup of coffee or the way the breeze hits you when you walk outside. It’s so easy to get caught up in trying to be a better mom or building your business to the next level or even living up to someone else’s definition of joy that we often overlook the simple moments of joy that are happening every single day.