All or nothing. That seems to be a practice many of us can relate to. But what is that mindset and approach costing us? Today, Barb and Melissa share their insights about their seemingly innate temptation to drive and strive. They share with us how they curb their workaholism, discovering even more productivity and fulfillment.
Is this a ‘Leap and the net will appear’ episode? Not exactly.
But it is a conversation dedicated to how engaging and simply doing what we desire gives us more information about what we want to do but offers us way more fulfillment.
Today, Melissa and Barb share with us how they’ve both pushed through their fear of jumping in, demonstrating how the actual ‘doing’ of something creates momentum that preparing and planning simply cannot.
It takes courage to settle below all that’s expected of us so we can finally touch what is real for us. Settling below all we’ve been taught, all of our conditioning, below our plans, what we believe others expect of us, or even our idealized images of ourselves, allows us to discover our own truth; our path, our voice, and our expression. Taking the time to reveal ourselves to ourselves creates a new sense of what’s possible.
When faced with situations that seem insurmountable—or impossible—we can get paralyzed or discouraged. But what if we could pause, clear our minds, and allow other ideas to come forward?
In today’s episode, Barb and Melissa discuss insights they’ve had around “facing the impossible” and demonstrate some of their successes in shifting from a seemingly impossible moment into, at times, an even better outcome.
We have all experienced overwhelming pain and seemingly impossible moments in life—be them our own, someone else’s, or those of that world.
Today, Melissa and Barb speak frankly about events happening in our collective world and our respective lives, with a reminder to ask ourselves, “What is mine to do in moments like these?”
Barb and Melissa share their own answers to this question with poignancy and hope.