When I arrived to my beautiful cottage in Ireland, I was greeted by two pictures. The first said Good Vibes Only and the second was an outline of a pyramid. I was instantly reminded of the two most important things for any Wonder Woman CEO to remember…
Tuesday’s are my favorite day of the week. For me, it’s a day full of inspiration. A power day!
Many women (and men) get into the mind reading habit. Saying things like, “I know what you’re thinking…” Or making assumptions that someone feels a certain way, or has certain preferences, ideas or judgements.
I recently had an experience where I engaged in a conversation when I should have just walked away. It was a reminder of the three grande lessons of how to keep cool when tensions are high.
Life is fun once you understand that failure is a made up nonexistent concept; simply a fabrication of someone else’s insecurities that was never yours to begin with.
It’s impossible to screw up in a world of infinite possibilities. Each moment building on the next. Your own personal action adventure tear jerking drama romantic comedy…all for you.
These are the movers and shakers; rebel girls and maverick women. They keep going. They keep moving. Always in action. Bit by bit. Moment by moment. They live their dream. Never giving up on the most important person in their life…themselves.
Today, it’s beautiful lakes, mountains and fat little chipmunks. Tomorrow, it may just be a coconut milk chai tea latte.
One day during the height of my dismay, a friend of mine said, “Gina, sometimes you have to ask yourself: is this an odd thing or a God thing.” I knew in that moment this was a God thing and I had lessons to learn. I just didn’t know what lessons I was learning…yet.
Flow is a choice. To be in flow means you’re not forcing things to happen. You don’t have to control every granular detail. And you’re not exhausting yourself by chasing that “thing” in your life that always seems like it’s running away from you–it might be running away for a reason, and you most likely will be glad it ran away when you look back years from now.