How to stay engaged in life
Get ready to tackle the uninspired daily grind and uncover this not-so-secret framework that I use in my life (and with my clients!) to stay engaged in your life and feel inspired.
Let’s be real: kids, jobs, sobriety, households, yoga, and everything else you try to do to have a happy life can take a lot of time out of an already busy day.
Just when you think you’re on top of everything, you feel a nagging reminder in the back of your head that you aren’t feeling super happy.
Sometimes it can feel like you’re just running from one thing to the next thing and you can’t even catch your breath. You’re in good company, my friend – many power players just like you are in the same boat.
That’s why in this podcast episode, I’m tackling that underlying feeling of discontent so you can start ramping up the inspiration in your life and start living the life you want.
Not only will you get some behind-the-scenes sneak peeks on how I stay engaged, feel inspired and fulfilled but you’ll also get the inside scoop on the framework I use to stay balanced.
Here’s what you’ll get:
- How to use this framework to create an engaged life so it’s exciting and creates a sense of clarity and happiness
- Ways you might be missing huge pieces of your life and a simple solution to help across the board
- Getting past the dreaded excuses you’ll make to talk yourself out of taking action so you can build the life you want
Get ready to break through that irritable, restless, and discontent barrier and get into an action-based state of mind – this episode is ready for you.
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