In this weeks episode of Mind the Gap, Stephanie encourages us to stop worrying!
For some of us, worrying is a constant companion. We worry about everything! We worry we are falling behind, we worry we aren’t doing life right. We worry about people we love or want to love. The list is endless.
Ready for this?
We even worry once our dreams come true!
Stephanie shares how her recent dream come true of purchasing a beach house kicked up worry! The worry prevented her from feeling the joy and excitement. Crazy, right?
Stephanie shares how worry is a distraction that prevents us from manifesting our dreams. Worry also prevents us from enjoying the results of manifesting our dreams. Makes no sense friends!
She invites you to shift your energy from worry to faith.
As you do, your energy will attract the resources to help you get what you say you want.
You deserve the BEST life has to offer. Stop worrying NOW.
Get busy focusing your energy on what you want to create TODAY and take inspired action NOW.
In this weeks episode of Mind the Gap Stephanie acknowledges, affirms, and reminds you — you are good enough! 💯
Many of us start out setting goals for our life and when the obstacles / challenge arise we want to quit or we do quit. Example- we say we want the loving partnership - maybe we even date— and yet we are “still” alone because we say “there’s no good men/women” available.
Really! No way. That’s a limiting belief. Somewhere in our subconscious we believe there is lack/not enough good people. Maybe we even feel we aren’t good enough (attractive enough/ young enough, smart enough) yet we “blame” it on something else.
Unless we are aware of our limiting beliefs, in this case, we will continue to be alone.
Here’s the deal. We all have Limiting beliefs. I am not good enough is one that most of us carry. It goes back to childhood and extends / gets energized in adulthood.
Stephanie discusses why / how these beliefs show up and what to do to free yourself of them!
She also offers coaching support to help you uncover and clear these limiting beliefs and the negative energy associated with them so you can manifest the life of your dreams.
You’re doing great. Keep going! You’re good enough. Let’s celebrate that! Let’s go.
In this weeks episode of Mind the Gap Stephanie reminds us to keep going towards our dreams.
The difference between those who live their dream life, and those who don’t, comes down to not quitting!
She shares how on the path to creating what we say we want in life (epic love, amazing career, beautiful home, fabulous family, spiritual freedom etc..!) sometimes we want to quit/stop/give up when it feels “too much”.
Stephanie explains why this happens (it’s normal!) and how to keep taking small actions. She reminds us we are all worthy — and we all deserve to live the life of our dreams.
Remember- Quitters never win and winners never quit.
We got this! Let’s Go!
In this week's episode of Mind the Gap Stephanie interviews special guest Makenzie to talk about what it means to truly take a leap of faith in the direction of your dreams.
Makenzie shares her journey of working hard to get her "ideal" job in wellness at a hospital to realizing the job was in fact not ideal and was not making her happy!
In this heartfelt conversation, Makenzie shares how she took a leap of faith by leaving her job -- in order to align with work that is truly fulfilling and supports the lifestyle she wants.
We discussed everything from emotions that arise (fear/guilt) when we go off the "traditional/safe/expected" path to money matters and staying the course. Makenzie is refreshing to listen to! She is a living example of someone dedicated to personal development and serving others by teaching them through her own journey. Makenzie understands the value of commitment, getting support, and enjoying the adventure of life!
Makenzie reminds all of us to "pay attention" to the signs when uncovering your "bliss" and reframe "no/rejection" as the universe's way of re-directing you to your highest calling. Why do we resist so much!!!
Profound and lighthearted, this discussion will inspire you to get started, keep going, and remind you that you are not alone. Many people have taken leaps faith, and when you surround yourselves with others who have done / are doing what you want to do, you succeed!
To connect with Makenzie, email her: Makenzie.Evangelisto@gmail.com and find her on IG @MainlyMakenzie
Makenzie Evangelisto, is founder & owner of Makenzie |W|holistic Health. Makenzie has an undergrad degree in exercise science and is currently pursuing her masters in applied clinical nutrition. As an individual who struggled with her own health journey, Makenzie believes in bio-individuality and addressing the root cause by looking at the body as a synchronistic system from a physical, mental and emotional perspective. Makenzie empowers individuals to take back their health through real food that speaks to directly to your ancestry and supports food autonomy.
In this week's episode of Mind the Gap Stephanie talks about a topic that all of us have encountered in one way or another - depression.
It's real and can affect anyone.
In our culture there is still a lot of shame, secrecy, and even fear around depression. With suicide rates on the rise and continued uncertainty in our world it is vital we speak about this topic.
In real and honest terms Stephanie shares ways we can bring more awareness to this topic and how it's a very normal thing to feel depressed at one point or another in our life.
When depression hits, we may feel powerless, helpless...hopeless. We are scared, confused, embarrassed and feel alone.
By addressing how we are feeling, and then accepting it, we regain some power. With this power comes our ability to choose to reach out for help-- which gives us an opportunity to deal with it and move beyond feelings of helplessness.
By feeling and dealing, we activate the healing process as we move forward slowly. As we make progress, hope is slowly restored.
Let's work together to bring healing to our world. It starts with us. Let's Go!