Wake Up

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Wake Up Tool:  Stay Conscious “… Consciousness is critical for making a big change and for creating lasting success. And I’m not just talking about a daily check-in with yourself. Or a weekly journal entry on a chart. I’m talking about actually inhabiting your life, eyes wide open, on every level. Through every moment. I’m talking about deliberately noticing what you are doing. And why. I’m talking about being interested in your life. Curious about yourself. Living your life as though it matters. To you. …” Continue Reading This excerpt was taken from Meadow DeVor’s Article “Stay...

The Weight of Money

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Meadow DeVor is one of my favorite coaches.  She challenges you to see the parts of your life you pretend to avoid but actually let control every decision you make and how you feel about your self. This post was so amazing that I wanted to share it with you. Tell The Truth by Meadow DeVor If you want to make a big change. Pay off debt. Build wealth. Lose weight. Start a habit. Or break one. You must understand the difference between lying and telling the truth. I’m not just talking about lying to other people. Or about lying to ourselves. I’m talking about pretending. Faking it. Wishing it was true. Trying to sound optimistic. Looking at the bright side. Acting ‘as if.’ Exaggerating. Minimizing. Fudging. Rounding up. Or down. Bullshitting. Fabricating. Distorting. Spinning. Misrepresenting. Omitting details. Cheating. Being polite. Playing nice. Putting on a smile. Fantasizing. Embellishing. Romanticizing. And all the other ways that we manipulate strings of words in our minds and contort our lives to try to make ourselves (and other people) feel better. To really change. We’ve got to understand where the truth ends and a lie begins. And we’ve got to learn that this isn’t a fine line. Or a flimsy one. Or a flexible one. It’s a big fat line marked in stinky indelible black ink. One side: reality.One side: fiction. It’s the fucking truth. Like red is red. And humans breathe air. And yes – you can banter with me all day long about the varieties of red and the differences between scarlet, crimson, vermillion and burgundy. But red is never cobalt, azure or turquoise. It’s red. You know what that means. And so do I.  Click here to continue reading – it’s worth it!...