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The Cost of Taking Your Business Online

Posted on May 20, 2017 in Blog, Business Advice, General, Joy & Happiness, Personal Development, Self-Care | 4 comments

 

I’ve been reflecting on the 10 days I spent in Denver for our Live Well Training Week for my LW and SexyFit™ Coaches.

Guess what the #1 AHA / learning / favorite thing of the whole week long training was? From almost all participants, including me?

The in person connection.

It wasn’t the awesome business and lifestyle training :)  It wasn’t the health, entrepreneur or personal development training. It wasn’t even the SexyFit™ Dance Classes (although that came a close second – music to my ears).

It was the connection and interaction that we all experienced during the 10 days.

So interesting and thought provoking.

Why?  6 years ago I moved my 80% in person business, to an 80% online business. This was a HUGE step in creating a life I loved, as I had always dreamed of living around the world and being able to work from anywhere…from just my laptop.

Doing this meant that my programs and trainings were now 80% online and completely scalable. It meant that all my 1×1 coaching was done over the phone or Skype.  It meant that the 20% remaining ( Create A Life You Love Retreats, teaching SexyFit™ Dance and running 1-2 trainings per year ) were basically the only things I did in person.

And I’m SO glad I did it.  I’ve been able to work with many more people than was ever possible previously. I’ve been able to live in unique places, experience new things and evolve. And I love running a business online because it’s the ultimate freedom – working hard, but for myself, on my own terms.

However, it came with a cost:  A loss of connection with real people, in real time, in person.

Don’t get me wrong – I still love being an online entrepreneur and wouldn’t trade it for anything. But ironically, I’ve noticed that the more online I’ve gone and the more freedom I’ve created for myself, the less real and deep connection I’ve fostered.

This may seem very obvious to you, especially because we know Facebook, Instagram and being glued to our phones or laptops all day, isn’t the answer for a fulfilling and soulful life.

But I mean something more than that.  I mean that even when you think you’re living a life you love, creating more freedom and independence, be mindful not to create so much freedom, as to no longer have real connection.

Freedom
+
Connection

We need both.

Without freedom (one of my highest values), I feel suffocated. But without connection, I feel unfulfilled. UN-soulful.

Since I’ve been sharing things that I believe have contributed to my feeling irritable and bitchy for the past year, I suspect a lack of deeper connection with people IN PERSON has been a part of these feelings.

So, on our US trip for the past month to Laguna Beach – Denver – Miami, I’ve been making a concerted effort to connect and catch up with old friends. And damn, it’s felt good 😃

Thank you.

To every single one of my friends, colleagues and partners that have welcomed me back into your life. THANK YOU for reminding me how how important in person connection is and how good it feels to spend time in person, not just through Facetime and Voxer.

Freedom
+
Connection

How much do you need of both in your own life?

Action Steps:

Do you resonate with this blog?  Have you moved your business more online, only to feel less connected to others?  What are ways that can or have created both more freedom and more connection in your own life?

Share here – the best insights happen in the comments when we share our ideas and strategies. I personally read every single comment and and always respond – I love to hear.

Carmen Marshall
 

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Your Non-Negotiables

Posted on Apr 29, 2017 in Blog, Business Advice, Health & Nutrition, Joy & Happiness, Manifesting, Personal Development | 2 comments

What are your ‘non-negotiables’ in life?

Getting away from them can cause us to not feel grounded, inspired or happy.  This week, I’m talking more about the things that have contributed to my not quite feeling myself lately.

What causes us to get away from them (even when we know they have worked)?

Watch + listen below for personal examples of me getting away from my own non-negotiables in Business, Health and Relationships and how I am getting re-aligned.

 

Get Back To Your Non-Negotiables

I love to create space for all of us to empower each other to do more of what we love, so over to you!

Do you have a similar story or example? Comment below as all of the best ah-ha’s and connection happens as we share our ideas :-)

Lots of Love,
Carmen Marshall
 
 
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Bitchy For A Year

Posted on Apr 15, 2017 in Blog, Business Advice, General, Joy & Happiness, Personal Development, Self-Care, Stress Reduction | 0 comments

 

I’ve been irritable for over a year.

There are so many reasons that I could use to legitimize and explain-away my crankiness – the state of the world, starting two new companies, challenges in business and life, moving, buying a house, new relationship, reinvention of self…

But bottom line, I’m just cranky.

And, it’s not how, or who I want to be. I know that stress wreaks absolute havoc on my health, weight (hello 8lbs from nowhere) and immune system, as well as my confidence, motivation and relationships. And most importantly, I don’t like how I feel or the energy I’m giving out. It’s not how I want to experience life – or how I want people to experience me.

So, over the next few blogs, I want to share some of the ways that stress has affected me, and what I’ve been doing about it. Some are little things, some are bigger things. But all are things that move me away from being loving and happy, and result in my being resistant, tense…and, well, bitchy.

Assuming the Worst

One of the things I’ve noticed over this past year is that I assume the worst. I didn’t used to be like that, but I definitely have been lately.

There are many reasons why we assume. I personally think that three of the biggest reasons in today’s world are: (1) we live in an ever-increasing fast paced culture, (2) we have minimal bandwidth and are emotionally raw from being constantly stressed, and (3) our brain tries to help and takes shortcuts (assumes), in an effort to give us more time.

But assuming exacerbates everything and not only creates more work for me (un-doing the damage I create when I assume incorrectly) but it also creates more resistance and tension in my body.

Why? Because typically, I’m not assuming the best case scenario, I’m assuming the worst.

It’s natural, and understandable, but it doesn’t have the effect I want – I end up being even more tense and frustrated, which doesn’t help anything.

And it definitely doesn’t support living a life I love.

I’ve noticed that I assume:

  • Anytime I’m rushing. For example – when I speed-read an email on my iPhone, I can completely misinterpret the whole dialogue.
  • In conversations, I quickly jump to conclusions, without asking questions and finding out all the facts (and feelings).
  •  When I’ve had a negative past experience. I’m already tense and resistant state even before I begin a conversation – call centers, banks, business meetings having to do with finances, and things that I feel like I’ve been really clear about, but are showing up again.

Can you relate to any of the above?

So what can we do – besides going to live on an idyllic island in the south pacific with no news, no stress and no challenges?

 

What I’ve been doing that helps:

 

1. S….l…o…w…i…n…g….D…o…w….n

I’ve been deliberately slowing down for 1-2 minutes, 3x’s per day so my body can decompress; so I’m not consistently in fight or flight mode. We’ve got to make time to slow down in today’s world. The faster we go, the more information we assault our senses with, the more tension we create in our body. Slowing down helps our body return to it’s natural state of resiliency and resourcefulness. My go to’s: lying down on my bed, putting on music, dancing, going for a quick walk, taking a shower, getting out in nature and hugging my partner and cats.

2. Reading emails and texts slowly

and with my full attention. No speed reading!

3. Asking questions

to understand the whole picture, before speaking. Seeking first to
understand (cliches are cliches because they are so true) before judging, deciding or jumping in.

4. Trying to assume the BEST case scenario first

This puts me into a receptive, loving space (where magical things can actually happen!) It doesn’t mean that I’m naive or will step over anything I need to address. But it does mean that I’m in a more receptive place – for the actual reality of what is being said, and a solution.

5. Assuming the person is on my side, is a good person, and/or has had a stressful day

(in that case, extra compassion and kindness from me would actually hugely help them), as it relates to the situation. I remember a mentor once said, “if you get asked a question that seems like someone is attacking you, assume that they are a GOOD person just asking questions, seeking to understand – and respond from that place.

6. Breathing

Deeply. A few times. Then I respond.

7. Being Curious

I learned this from a Somatic (body focused) Coach who was all about being curious about everything, rather than making an immediate judgment or decision. (I’m still working on this one as I’m type A and tend to make decisions and judgements quickly, rather than being curious 😃 ) However when I do it, it works.

8. Keeping my vibration high

Music, dance, exercise, getting outside, pets, connection with my partner, contribution, gratitude are all things that help keep my vibration high and counter-act negativity. They help me assume the best scenario, because I’m happy, not maxed out. The happier I am, the more naturally assume all is good around me. It all, ALL starts with us.

9. Self-Care

For me, that means quiet time on my own, puttering, shopping at Lululemon (don’t ask me why, but it soothes my soul), making raw food etc. Because, when we’re sourced, everything works better. Oxygen mask on first. Yes, that massage is always necessary.

10. Addressing my own worries, procrastination and personal challenges

so that I’m not projecting my frustrations on someone else (how many times has the poor bank call center rep borne the brunt of my wrath simply b/c I’m frustrated about additional things).

11. Checking in on my feelings

and not judging myself for feeling the way I do. What am I feeling right now?  I’m feeling irritated? That’s ok. I’m feeling angry and frustrated? Why is that? Oh, because of “xyz” and it’s okay. This is one of the most therapeutic things we can do – NAME the feeling, ask why we’re feeling that way and tell ourselves it’s okay to feel that way. Usually the feeling dissipates, or at least lessens because I’ve allowed it.

Of course, we can, and should, always remove ourselves from situations and environments that are causing us unnecessary stress or harm. We should speak up and out about what we feel strongly.

But there are times in life that simply are more stressful, situations I don’t want to remove myself from and worldwide events that keep happening, whether I want them to or not. And even when I need to speak up and speak strongly, I can do it from a grounded place of love and strength, not heated anger and frustration.

Finding soulful strategies for those moments, that help us feel sourced, strong and loving, not only help our health, vibration and how we feel, but it also allows for more magic to happen in any given moment. And it makes us feel GOOD – who doesn’t want to feel grounded, strong, loving, clear and calm, and able to respond to life and others in that way?

  • Can you relate? Have you experienced this yourself? Have you been more irritable lately, assuming the worst, and jumping to conclusions?
  • When do you assume? Are there patterns for you?
  • What strategies work for you?

As always, I love, love, love to hear from you. The BEST conversation happens under the blog from your comments, questions and feedback. Comment here.

Love, love, love,

Carmen Marshall

PS I pulled this from some old notes on a book I love – all 4 points are such great reminders and put the body into a non-resistant, more loving state just by reading them, don’t you think?

The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom by Miguel Ruiz

1. Be impeccable with your word.
2. Don’t take anything personally.
3. Don’t make assumptions.
4. Always do your best.

 

 

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Stay In Integrity With Yourself

Posted on Apr 1, 2017 in Blog, Business Advice, Health & Nutrition, Joy & Happiness, Manifesting, Personal Development | 0 comments

We all know how important it is to stay in integrity with others — this builds trust and relationships in both work and life. However, it’s equally (if not more) to stay in integrity with yourself. It breeds trust and confidence in yourself.

Watch + listen below for a personal example of my own where I pulled out all of the excuses in the world and how it impacted me.

 

Stay In Integrity With Yourself

I love to create space for all of us to empower each other to do more of what we love, so over to you!

Do you have a similar story or example? Comment below as all of the best ah-ha’s and connection happens as we share our ideas :-)

Lots of Love,
Carmen Marshall
 
 
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Why You Can’t Just “Fake It ‘Til You Make It”

Posted on Mar 18, 2017 in Blog, Business Advice, General, Health & Nutrition, Joy & Happiness, Manifesting, Personal Development | 3 comments

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We’ve all heard it before, but today I want to re-frame the phrase “fake it ’til you make it” into something you can actually use in business and in life because we all know deep down that faking it just feels inauthentic.

Instead of actually faking it, there’s a better way to build confidence and success so that you can see and feel changes you want to experience in your life by asking yourself a few simple, yet profound questions. Watch + listen more in this weeks’ vlog below.

 

Why You Can’t Just “Fake It ‘Till You Make It + 3 Questions Guaranteed To Change Your Life

I love to create space for all of us to empower each other to do more of what we love, so over to you!

Have you used any of these 3 questions before? Comment below as all of the best ah-ha’s and connection happens as we share our ideas :-)

PS: The book I reference is ‘Anam Cara’ by John O’Donohue.

Lots of Love,
Carmen Marshall

 

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14 Favorite Apps For Business + Lifestyle: Part 2

Posted on Mar 4, 2017 in Blog, Business Advice, General, Personal Development | 7 comments


 
Here it is – Part 2 of my Favorite Apps for Business + Lifestyle! If you didn’t catch Part 1, you can go here.

Check out the video below where I show you the last 7 of my favorite apps.
 

Video Part 2: 7 More Apps I Love For Business + Lifestyle

 

 
Over to you! Post any questions below and I’d love to hear what your favorite apps are, too!

Lots of Love,
Carmen Marshall

 

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14 Favorite Apps For Business + Lifestyle: Part 1

Posted on Feb 18, 2017 in Blog, Business Advice, General, Health & Nutrition, Personal Development | 11 comments

I’ve been a self-employed entrepreneur since the age of 27, so one of the questions I get asked all the time is “what do you use in your business to stay organized?” or “how do you keep your personal + business life separate?”

The truth is, I love my work so much that personal and business tend to mix. Don’t get me wrong, I definitely take time off and in order to not get overwhelmed or bogged down, I am really strict about self-care, exercise, and some down time/being in nature.

But, I do have some apps and programs that make my personal and business life much more streamlined and simplified. Check out the video where I show you the first 7 of my favorite apps, and then I’ll share the rest in the next blog; so stay tuned.

Video Part 1: 7 Favorite Apps For Business + Lifestyle

Over to you! Are there any I’m missing? Do you use other apps you just LOVE that simplify your life? Share in the comments below; I’m sure there are other entrepreneurs out there that would love to hear all of your tips, too!

Lots of Love,
Carmen Marshall

 

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Create Your Day With Me

Posted on Nov 16, 2016 in Blog, Business Advice, Manifesting, Personal Development | 5 comments

Create your day with Carmen Marshall

Do you intentionally create your day? Do you use a day planner? Or – are you stuck with how to do this effectively and so it’s enjoyable?

Putting attention to what you want in life is so important, but we need to do it daily. Planning takes a little bit of time, but it can be FUN. Especially when your plans unfold into reality.

How We Spend Our Days, Is How We Spend Our Lives

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This week’s blog includes a video walk-through and free planner handout so you can go through the exact process that I use for Creating My Day + My Life.

Create Your Day With MeHow We Spend Our Days

Do this with me as I walk you through exactly how to effectively create your day and your life!

1. Download + print this free handout straight from my Create A Life You Love Retreat Manual and a sneak peak at what the Create A Life You Love Day Planner will include.

2. Click HERE to Watch This Video.

More Resources For Planning From The Video:

> Create A Life You Love Planner (coming soon!)
> Attitude Orange Day Planner
> Deluxe Moon App – Dates for Full and New Moons
> Easy Evernote Tips
> Simple am + pm ritual

Over to you — Let me know if this was helpful to you in the comments below. Did you follow along with me? Do you feel more excited about where you’re headed after intentionally writing it all down?

Lots of Love,
Carmen Marshall

 

PS – I’m SO excited to head to Tulum, MX next month to do some retreat planning where our 2017 Create A Life You Love Retreat will be held! Click here to be notified when registration opens — we dive much deeper into all of this on my 8 day retreat.

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{New Recipie} Healthy Raw Food Pad Thai

Posted on Apr 29, 2016 in Blog, Recipes | 0 comments

While I’ve been living in Australia, I’ve been “cooking” more and experimenting in the kitchen with new dishes that I’m excited to share with you. I eat mostly raw food because I feel most energetic and vibrant when I do, but I also know that it’s so good to get all of those nutrients in for my digestion and overall health.

One of my favorite foods when I lived in Thailand was Pad Thai, but unfortunately it can be one of the most unhealthy dishes when they use white noodles, msg, lots of sugar and other additives. I was excited to perfect a Pad Thai recipe that is not only raw, but filled with nutritious ingredients. Plus, it’s so easy to make!

Even my partner, Peter, said if all raw food was like this, he would go raw, too!

Raw + Healthy Pad Thai

(click to tweet it)Healthy Pad Thai
Serves 4-6
Prep Time 20-30 min

Noodles
2 large zucchinis
2 large carrots
1 bag of Raw Kelp Noodles (Sea Tangle or
Gold Mine are two great companies)
1/2 red pepper, cut into very thin strips
10 snow peas, cut into very thin strips
handful of sesame seeds
1/4 cup cashew nuts
10 fresh mint leaves, finely chopped

Dressing

4 tablespoons olive oil (I like Udo’s 3-6-9 Blend)
15 springs of fresh coriander (cilantro)
3 TBL raw almond butter
2 TBL raw tahini
1 TBL maple syrup
juice of 1 lemon
1-2 small hot/chile peppers (depending if you like a little or more spice)
1/4 tsp himalayan salt (8 good twists of a salt shaker)

Tip:

If you like things a little saltier (I don’t) you can add 1-2 tsp of Tamari sauce. Or simply add the Himalayan Salt Shaker to the table :)

Preparation:

1. Chop cashew nuts and fresh mint leaves and place to the side.
2. Rinse Kelp Noodles thoroughly and place to the side to fully drain.
3. Use a vegetable peeler to peel the flesh of the zucchini into strips around the core. Discard the seedy centers. Repeat for the carrots.
4. Meanwhile, make the dressing. Strip coriander / cilantro stocks of their leaves and then place the leaves and the rest of the dressing ingredients into a blender or food processor with 4.5 tablespoons of water and blend until smooth.
5. Place noodles, carrots, zucchini, pepper and/or snowpeas, sesame seeds and cashews in a large bowl. Mix with your hands. Pour the dressing over the mixture and toss/mix with forks. Sprinkle the mint on top.

Voila! Super yummy lunch or dinner that will also keep for 1-2 days in the fridge.

Looking for more recipes + tips?

We teach you more about finding a balance that works for you and share lots of healthy recipes in the SexyFit™ Nutrition Challenge (click here to join our May Challenge)

Give it a try and let me know what you think in the comments below!

Carmen Marshall

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Relax! And Let Your Best Ideas Come To You

Posted on Apr 1, 2016 in Blog, Business Advice, Exercise & Fitness, Health & Nutrition, Manifesting, Personal Development, Stress Reduction | 2 comments

Let Your Best Ideas Come To You

Do you ever wonder how some people seem to came up with amazing ideas, businesses or products? “How did he/she think of that idea, and then implement it?  Why didn’t I think of that (and DO it)?”

And, at the same time, have you ever noticed that when you really need to come up with an idea or solution, you just can’t? When you desperately need an answer, when you’re trying oh-so-hard to figure out something – a blog title, the perfect product to sell, a solution to a problem – your brain won’t act on demand?

Why is that?

 
Well, for all of the above, it’s the same reason. It’s why we can’t find an outfit we like for a party this weekend or tailored black pants for a presentation tomorrow, and yet can find 5 outfits and 5 pairs of black pants we love any other time, when we don’t really need them.

It’s why goals and dream boards don’t work if we continually fixate on them, rather than giving them room to breathe.

It’s why it’s hard to find a solution in an argument if we continually keep talking in circles, rather than taking a break for a few hours.

When the pressure is on and we’re tense, solutions can’t flow to us – we’re too wound up and impenetrable for an idea to come through.  It’s as if we have a force field around us – keeping out good ideas.  In contrast, when we’re relaxed, doing or thinking about something else, when we don’t need that cocktail dress or black pants and when we’re not fixated on the problem or desire, the solution simply “pops” into our mind.

I have found that love and being in a relaxed, non-resistant state (see my video) is the answer for almost everything – from extremes such as major life challenges, to minor things like the title of a blog (which I’m stuck on right now :)  And this same concept of non-resistance and putting the body into a relaxed state, is also how the best ideas can come in.

3 Ways Get Revolutionary Ideas To Magically Flow to You

 
Here are my favorite ways to get my creative juices flowing.  All 3 things “shut down” the thinking brain and involve a repetitive motion that quietens the conscious mind.  We think we need our thinking brain/conscious mind to find a solution, when in fact, it’s the exact opposite. We need to turn it off…and relax.

1.  Go For a Run or Jog

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…or any exercise that doesn’t require thinking and allows you to “space out”.  Interesting, team sports, a tennis game or even a dance class don’t work as well for this exercise, because your brain is actively involved during each of those.

So why does running/ jogging work?  Firstly, you usually start to feel really good about 10-15 min into the run when the endorphins start kicking in.  When you feel good (why I’m such a believer in doing what makes us happy as it quickly raises our vibration), you’re naturally in a relaxed / non-resistant state and everything flows better, including incoming ideas.

Secondly, the repetitive motion of running shuts down the thinking mind and allows the subconscious mind to start providing answers. It’s as if the conscious mind has to be sent to the back of the room so the subconscious mind can have room to dance freely at the front of the room.

At least 50% of my best ideas have come in while I’m running – ideas for my business, new products, programs, solutions to challenges, team building / leadership ideas.  So…of course I make sure I run at least once a week :))  It helps keeps me fit, healthy (part of my 3:2:1:1 exercise philosophy – 3 cardio, 2 weights, 1 mind-body-spirit, 1 day off), and feeling mentally and emotionally clear – which of course helps in all aspects of life as well.

Important:  You don’t have to run very fast – I only run between 30-40 min, 1-2 times per week, with music, and have a steady, but not super fast pace. Start with only 20 min if you’re new or just restarting exercise.

Action Steps:

  • Schedule a 30-40 min run or walk this week, in your calendar.  Block it out right now in your calendar and commit to trying it for 3 weeks in a row – especially if you’ve never done this before.
  • Run, jog (or walk) quickly enough to get the endorphins going and notice what magical ideas come in.  And how great you feel after, and how well your day – business and life.

Tip:  Yoga also works.  The poses help quieten our mind, we RELAX (non-resistant state) and then ideas can come in.

2.  Wash the Dishes or Take a Shower

Something we all do everyday – at least the shower part, if not dishes ?  Again, it’s the repetitive motion (washing dishes or ourselves), but also the repetitive SOUND and feeling of water that quiets the mind and puts us almost into a slightly trance/hypnotic state (you can wash dishes and get in and out of a shower on auto-pilot and have everything done without even “thinking” about it).

This is again when the best ideas can come in b/c we’re doing something that doesn’t require thinking or effort-ing.  With less effort-ing (important concept for life), our brain literally relaxes, we relax and ideas can flow in more easily.

Less Effort-ing + More Relaxing = Magical Ideas

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Action Steps:

  • Don’t overthink this one.  Just shower or hand wash dishes as normal.
  • Let your mind wander as it wants, without forcing any ideas.
  • Simply notice what ideas come in and be curious. That’s all that is needed. Wait, Watch. Wonder.

3. Lay Down

Let Your Best Ideas Come To You

Ahhh…my other favorite ?  I’ve found this especially valuable for women b/c it relaxes our pelvis + womb – our center of power, creation and life-force.  I image this would work just as well for men though too – as it’s also your center of power, creation and life-force.

I use this not only for ideas, but for anytime I’m feeling stuck, stressed or upset…tired, frustrated…really for everything :)   It is one of the quickest ways to relax the body (putting us into a non-resistant state) – I can feel the tension drain from my body in 30 seconds.  It’s extremely effective and one of the easiest things we can do in any given day – both for health AND ideas.

Action Steps:

  • Try laying down on your bed, or floor, for 2-5 min (that’s all it takes) at least once a day – to get used to this habit.  Again, notice, be curious.  Wait, Watch, Wonder.
  • Use this super easy practice anytime you feel any negative emotion – stress, tiredness, overwhelm, stickiness…don’t let it’s simplicity fool you – it’s one of the most powerful exercises I’ve come across. Interestingly, the most simple things are usually the most effective.

Now What?

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When the idea comes in, you MUST ACT on it right away.  This is the most important thing. Most people never act on it – they wait a couple of days and then the energy is gone, they over think it and find all the potential challenges, they tell someone else, who shoots their idea down…and of course they then never do it.

When inspiration comes in, especially anything that makes you feel excited, expansive and energized, you HAVE to act on it right away. You must take at least one tiny little step towards it, that day.  It’s divine inspiration – and if you don’t act on it, the universe will find someone one else to flow the beautiful idea to and through.

Regard any hunch, intuition, or idea that gets your blood pumping as being absolutely precious.  Tony Robbins says, “Never leave the scene of an idea without taking action” which gives a practical twist to a spiritual concept.

Action Steps:

  • Write down any ideas that have come to you this week.
  • Notice especially the ones that make you feel energized, buzzy, excited and expansive.
  • For those, take an action step towards them that same day, and at least 5 days a week until you bring it into reality.

What about you?  How do your best ideas come in? Do you have any questions on the tips above? What do you do to make sure you take at least 1 action step towards them so that your great idea becomes a reality?

Comment here – I love to hear and anything you share or ask will help our whole community!

Eek – our Dance, Life Design + Breathwork Retreat in Thailand, June 2016 is only 2.5 months away! Read about all the details here.

Create A Life You Love Retreat 2017 – we’re pretty sure we’ll be having in Tulum, Mexico!  Get on the list here to be the first to know of our NEW destination and first dibs on registering.  This one will sell out quick!

Til our next blog…

Lots of love,

Carmen Marshall
 

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