It's been a while since we've had one of these and there is SOOO much out there to be shared.
This time around it's all about mindset and success. Are you ready to dive into some good stuff?!
Grab a cup of you favorite hot beverage and get down to some good reading!
The Seven Secrets of Success
There are many stories shared in the Hindu traditions that provide helpful knowledge on how to attain enlightenment. While rooting around the internet one day I stumbled upon the Sivana East website, whose blog posts range from yoga ideas to mindfulness and meditation. This week I ran into Shiva's Seven Secrets of Success.
3 Mindsets that are Damaging Your Well-Being
This one's a little bit of a tougher read because you may find some of these mindsets in yourself. The first step in any change is to recognize it happening. This blog post by the lovely Wholeheartedly Laura skims the surface of these mindsets; especially the body stories! (If you are interested in re-working those body stories but are not sure where to start check-out our online course, Elemental Body Stories!)
"I love my biz, but hate asking for money."
THIS! Any other entrepreneurs have a hard time with this? For a lot of us our mindset on money is limited to a "lack" mentality. As we work through our money blocks the stories often go that money seems to flow abundantly to you. Anyone else having a hard time here?
Measuring Success as a Writer or Artist: A Basic Guide to Happiness
Sometimes is just about how you define success. Though this article is written from an artist, writer, creative profession I believe no matter what we do success is really what you decide. I also really enjoy how this author explains that money shouldn't be an ideal, but rather a tool. Does this ring true for you as well?
Have You Failed Lately? Thoughts On Growth And Challenge In Belly Dance
Along the same lines; if you're in a creative profession, or really any hobby/job, how often are you "failing"? We learn so much more by that "failure" than the "good job" points from just getting it done. Try new things. Fail. Learn. Create more.
Hoping one or two of these sparked something within you.
I'd love to chat about it if you want to leave a comment below.
<3 - Jenn Rose
(Boss Photo by Brooke Lark on Unsplash)
(Money Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash)
Back in November we took some time to check in with that gratitude mindset towards others and of course for yourself! We see a lot of posts on social media about gratitude during the holidays, but what about connecting with that feeling when it's no longer being published in every social media post/etc. to remind us to do it?
1. Journal it out.
Always my first suggestion. Taking the time to write something out helps us to organize our thoughts and give us time to really feel it. Also, if you write it down you can go back to it later and remember that feeling of gratitude or joy.