Share Modestly, Live Large!Jun 16, 2021
The ladies answer a question from Sahara: How do you overcome the naysayers, the family members who can’t understand your dreams and the direction you want to go?
Dana was bursting to answer this question. In her 20’s, Dana used naysayers’ comments as motivation to accomplish her goals. She now recognizes who is being judgmental and who is being curious.
Michelle is much more affected by her family’s perspectives. Considering herself a black sheep from her family, her life choices were highly criticized and she feels like she can’t speak her truth and be her complete self around her family. She chooses wisely when it comes to sharing her truth.
On this episode we dive into:
- Tapping into creativity to enhance self-expression
- Being conscious of the advice we take and comments we internalize
- Keep your dreams in the hands of those you trust
- The Hawk card is pulled today, which is a extremely powerful card for Michelle
- The Gratitude Collection from Revival by Martin & Co is close to release. Follow them on instagram and don’t miss out @revivalbymartinandco
The Take Home:
You don’t need to share your dreams and goals with everyone in your life. Considering who might help to support you, versus those you might intentionally bring you down, being mindful with what you share with others is part of self care.
The Hawk animal spirit card is here to remind us to pay close attention to the messages we are receiving and the synchronicities around us. Listen to words, songs, numbers, and symbols that could be trying to get your attention.
“If being crazy means living life as it matters, then I don’t mind being completely insane.” - Kate Winslet
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