3 Steps to Overcome Fear of Failure

Are your past mistakes holding you back from taking action? Does your fear of failure cause you self-doubt? If your answer is yes, you’re not alone. We’ve all been affected by the anxiety of reliving the mistakes we’ve made in the past. The aftermath of our fear of failure is oftentimes linked to negative self-talk,…

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Transitions: How to Move Through Change with Ease

What do you do during a transition? How do you move through change with ease? When you go from one thing to another or if there are some unknowns, how do you deal with that change? Samuel Becket said, “Try again, fail again, and fail better.” Failure is a transition. If you avoid failure in…

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How to Pivot and Navigate Change with Ease

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As you learn to navigate change with ease and grace in the age of Covid and beyond, there are some questions that can be helpful. Do you want to know when you’ll die? And how it will happen? If your answer is No, then you understand that “life is not a problem to be solved,…

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Discovering Subconscious Beliefs Around Race and Prejudices

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There are inherent fears that permeate our consciousness, about people who aren’t like us, around race and prejudices. Many of our subconscious thoughts about race stem from experiences we had as young people, as well as from the things we were taught by our families, teachers, religions, cultures and friends. If you have not explored…

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Black Lives Matter vs All Lives Matter

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I invite you to read this entire blog and keep an open mind. Notice any emotions, triggers and thoughts that may come up as you continue to read. My son, who lives in Manhattan, recently returned from a protest in San Francisco. I live in Atlanta, with a 9 pm curfew. I’ve been praying for…

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Life After Trauma: Navigating a New Normal

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We’ve been hearing a lot about “the new normal,” and “these uncertain times.” This not good language when you’re navigating life after trauma, or when you’re experiencing anxiety about the future. Change can be painful. It asks us to look outside our comfort zones. You can face the fears you’re feeling right now, acknowledge them,…

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Love Versus Fear

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When we look at Love Versus Fear, we see two separate thought systems. At any given moment, you are in a Love Thought System or a Fear Thought System…and you can choose to shift from one to the other at any given moment. You have two types of fear to choose from, but THREE types…

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Fear and Anxiety in the Age of Coronavirus

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Fear and anxiety are permeating the world right now. We don’t know when the Coronavirus Pandemic is going to end, so many of us project into the future and get caught up in a system of “what ifs.” Give it to The Universe It’s important to remember that much of this is out of your…

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Authentic Relationships

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The first step to having authentic relationships with others is having an authentic relationship with yourself. In relationships, R.E.A.L. means Realizing Energy is Accountable to Love. This podcast begins with 18 affirmations (little lies you tell yourself until they become true) for creating an authentic relationship with self. Next, I will talk about your relationship…

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Flush the Fear Meditation

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If you are feeling afraid, you can flush the fear from your mind and body with this meditation. Or, if you are feeling unsafe, overwhelmed, confused or just plain disconnected, this meditation will support you in being more grounded and “in your body.” It will allow you to bring gratitude, safety and connection into your…

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