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.