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Tanya Beaubrun's picture

One Small Act...

Being Brave

I’ve never considered myself to be a particularly brave person.

Risk taking was certainly not particularly high up on my bucket list. 

Henna Inam's picture

Who Are You BEING As A Leader?


Who we become as leaders comes not from books or training but from paying attention to the small and big choices we make every day. Just last week my 16-year old called me in a panic around 11:30am. She asked if I could come and pick her up from school. Her voice had a sense of urgency in it. She had a major Chemistry test that she hadn’t studied adequately for and was afraid she would get an “F” on it, severely impacting her overall grade. This (she went on to say in one breath) would destroy her G.P.A., her chances of getting into a good college, and her career plans. Basically, she could write off her life. In that moment, I think she actually believed this and wanted to have the weekend to study for the test. Having had plenty of panic attacks about tests, I felt her fear. A part of me felt compassion for her, another part wanted to have her learn to be more responsible, another part wanted to help her get a good grade. Who was I going to be as a mom and a leader in that situation?

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A Solo-Entpreneur's Mantra For Success

Hold the Vision & Trust the Process

There is an inevitable path my mind takes as a solo-entrepreneur walking on my life's path of purpose.  I start to feel lonely, sorry for myself, or worried about finances.  When my mind finally clears, I recognize that fear is masquerading as rational thought.

Dana Claudat's picture

3 Feng Shui Ways To Make The Most Of Your Day!

crystal balls

Making the most of the day is where momentum starts to build and life feels like it’s propelled by fate and luck and everything amazing.

That said…waking up early and getting nothing considerable done by noon is not unusual. In fact, some of my clients and friends (and me when I’m out of whack!) can find themselves for days or weeks with nothing really moving forward that needs to be done… even with the best intentions!

Lissa Rankin's picture

Your Calling Doesn’t Have To Be Grand

Finding Your Calling

Recently, I spoke at Chris Guillebeau’s World Domination Summit, where 3000 people who yearn to make the world a better place gather to inspire one another and compare notes. My talk was, in part, about sacred activism, how we can find and fulfill our spiritual mission and allow our gifts and talents to be used in service to our life purpose. As part of my call to spiritual action to those in the WDS community, I shared something I wrote about in my upcoming book The Anatomy of a Calling.

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Be The First To Read An Advance Copy Of Lissa’s Next Book, The Anatomy Of A Calling

Anatomy Of A Calling

Are you one of those passionate mavens who feels like it’s your calling to broadcast things that touch people’s hearts, inspire them, and help them grow?

Do you have an audience of people who trust you to recommend what you love and tell the truth about what you don’t?

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Sweet Success: It’s Not What You Think

Sweet Success: It’s Not What You Think

This weekend my 9-month-old granddaughter is visiting me, with her parents.

And, for the 12th season, I’m walking alongside forty-eight remarkable, wise and powerful women as they journey through the miracle of discovery and creative exploration that is the program I teach in the spring and fall of each year.

Lissa Rankin's picture

Are You Kind?

Peace Love Kind

Note to readers: You may or may not have noticed that it has been almost two months since my last blog entry. Since I began blogging in April of 2009, I have never once taken a break from blogging. Blogging has been a way to digest my experience, dive into deep spiritual inquiry, and integrate my spiritual path. But this year, I have found myself with less urgency to blog, not because there isn’t much to write about, but because there has been an inner draw towards stillness and a movement out of the left brain realm of language and into the right brain territory of the heart, where words can sometimes be distracting. I also needed to create an inner spaciousness to digest some of the miraculous experiences that have happened to me, some of which I relay in my upcoming book The Anatomy of a Calling: A Doctor’s Journey from the Head to the Heart and a Prescription for Finding Your Life’s Purpose. (You can preorder it here if it calls to you.) That said, today’s blog has been bubbling around in me. Thank you, as always, for caring about what I write and allowing it to help you better know your own true self. I have a feeling more blog posts will be bubbling forth rather soon, so stay tuned!

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Fear Of Failure And Embracing The Inner Loser

Fear of Failure

By: Henna Inam

Does fear of failure hold you back?

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