"There is no straight path," I said to Veronica Thai. I don't recall saying that, but it's true. At least no one I know has been without ups and downs, sideways turns, wipe outs and days where they feel like their walking on clouds.
Being interviewed was a new world for me. It felt vulnerable and tender. It gave me deep appreciation for my guests who have shown up with their hearts on their sleeves for the first 23 episodes of the Fearless Self-Love Podcast.
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Prerequisite: Breakdown A few months ago an inspirational high school student, Jada Stewart from San Francisco (above in video) emailed me and asked me to be a part of her summit. She said:
"I want to tell you how much I admire your remarkable work in Life Coaching. Along with many others, your work both inspires and motivates me. I want you to know that you are extraordinary and your work is a positive influence and impact on the world.
I want to influence people on a pe
I saw someone post something like, get up, dress up, show up and even Monday will feel like a Friday. I sort of rolled my eyes and then thought. Well, maybe I just wish that wasn't true. So I could keep my excuses for when I want them. The truth is that I don't really have a problem with Mondays, or getting up, for that matter. This hasn't always been the case. In fact, it wasn't even the case that long ago. I was in a pattern of staying up late and on my phone or out or busy