How are you being in your doing and what are you creating as a result?
In this Mind the Gap podcast episode Stephanie continues the commitment conversation from last week and takes you on a journey to help you create generative success in your life.
Why generative? Many reasons! It’s efficient, enjoyable, smart, powerful...long lasting and requires much less effort.
Most people focus on what they want to create first, then on what to do, and finally how it will make them feel / be.
In this episode Stephanie shares why this approach is backwards!!!
She shares why the magic happens when we focus on being - which informs doing - which creates massive results.
Stephanie also shares her 4 step formula (the 4D’s) to help you put this magic into practice.
The 4D’s are: disengage, discern, decide, do.
You won’t want to miss this one. She reminds us that this year is already amazing, because she says so! Got it? Get it!
Step outside your comfort zone (cause that’s where the magic lives)- Grab a pen, paper and let’s go. Listen Here.
What would your life be like if you knew you could make 2020 the most amazing year of your life?
Yes! You! Can!
How? Commitment. What does commitment mean to you?
In this episode Stephanie discusses the power of commitment and why it's a necessary ingredient for an amazing life.
In the previous episode she gave you a year end review practice to do. Have you done it? Are you committed to your life? To an amazing life?
Why is commitment essential? Being FULLY committed - in good times and bad - helps us develop the necessary skills to see it through: perseverance, wisdom, patience, kindness, to name a few...
As humans, we veer off the path. Commitment gets us back on it.
As humans, our emotional state: fear, doubt, worry...often wins out over our dreams. It doesn't have to be this way!
When times are challenging, and we commit to big dreams, we also have to commit to our commitments.
In order to have an amazing life we must master the ability to commit, re-commit, and stay emotionally balanced.
This is YOUR one PRECIOUS life. Commit 100%. You deserve it. I support you. Let's Go!!! Listen Here.
Year End Review
Have you ever done a full Year End Review for yourself?!?
Prepare to learn how...
Last week on Stephanie's Mind the Gap Podcast, she guided us through a reflective writing exercise to kick start our year-end ritual of looking back, looking in, and realizing what we want to bring into the new year.
This week - she's diving even DEEPER during the LAST podcast of the year, with a guide for a full Year End Review.
Prepare to learn three steps that will help you look at the FULL PICTURE -- helping you find direction for yourself in 2020.
Listen to discover how 'connection, reflection, and direction' will help set you up for a year, and lifetime of success - no matter what 'success' means to you!
Prepare to get COZY and dedicate some time to your own year end review.
This is your l i f e to plan, and your life to live - you deserve to pour your energy in to make it as fulfilling as possible.
Let's go. Listen Here.
The past few Mind the Gap Podcast episodes have been about relationships and how having an understanding of ego and how to deal with it as it relates to your pain body is important for success.
What are you noticing?
Are you processing, integrating, applying the wisdom?
Are you being compassionate to yourself in the process?
In this weeks episode Stephanie shares a powerful process of reflective writing to help you better understand the mechanism behind the pain body so that you can begin to release it.
Stephanie gives suggestions on what to write about. For example, maybe you will be inspired to write about a recent pain body flare up. What triggered it, including the sequence of thoughts and events that followed? The process takes less than an hour. Why do it? The combination of reflection and writing is how we learn, grow, and let go.
Stephanie also gives a few pointers on how to notice when you are acting from ego and pain body by noticing what happens in your physical, mental, and emotional body.
Remember, you are the creator of your life. What you think, you create. What you create you become. Makes sense to choose wisely, doesn't it?
You can also use this reflective writing process as an opportunity to get clear on what you do want to create such as healthy, enjoyable, prospering relationships!
The practice of reflective writing brings awareness to what you need to transform in order to experience the freedom of being the best version of yourself. It is from this place that you will attract the best into your life. Be the best, attract the best. Got it?
Listen closely. Be kind. Do the work :) Let's go! Listen Here.
As the final days of the year approach us, we encourage you to r e f l e c t on the past 12 months,
and r e l e a s e any negative emotions holding you back.
This is a time to dig deep, realize our accomplishments and shortcomings, and work to make 2020 the strongest year for us yet.
The simple exercise of reflective writing allows us to break down all of these reflections, and see them in front of us as things we want to either continue nurturing, or stop doing moving forward.
In the latest episode of @mind_the_gap_podcast, Stephanie, @stephaniefilardi shares a helpful guide of questions to get your writing started. Her prompts give us a better understanding of the pain body, and what is causing this pain - allowing us to let go and heal.
Click here to listen to episode 23 of Mind The Gap - and have your journal handy!