“Sometimes you only have five minutes,” says Moms Who Dare Community (link) Founder Jodi Silverman, certified life coach for more than 20 years, podcast host of “In the Nest with Jodi, and motivational speaker. “It was a lot harder when my children were young, but I still found mindful ways to savor the moments.”
Recently, Jodi Silverman, certified life coach and founder of Moms Who Dare, in her Discover You life-visioning class, dared moms to think BIG and step way out of their comfort zone to envision their dreams of what they want to do, be, and have.
In her class, Moms Who Dare did more than more than just cut, paste, and arrange pictures on a board. For many who felt overwhelmed or lost, she gave them a rudder to get their lives back on course and a powerful way to set and reach our goals.
“The very first time I realized the power of visualization, keeping your eye and focus on what you want, was when I ended up buying and living in the house of my dreams,” Jodi recalls. Back then she didn’t know the term for it, nor could she fully grasp its ramifications.
Meditation is more than a cool trend. It aligns us with who we really are explains Esther Hicks, a world-renowned inspirational speaker and author.She says that it’s so simple. It’s about discovering what makes us happy and will bring more happiness into our lives. It’s not just about stopping the momentum of the boulder running…
This weekend was insane because I was trying to write with one hand tied behind my back. Well not literally, but with the same effect.
By Lynda Dell Originally posted in January 2107 BOLD + magazine Corey Taylor’s journey to mindfulness began with his own investigation of his painful, irritating episodes of psoriasis and eczema that made him feel so self-conscious and socially isolated as an adolescent. Throughout high school, Taylor tried every popular skin care product that his dermatologist…