Judi Holler imagines a world where regret has been removed from the conversation.
As a keynote speaker, best-selling author, and professionally trained improviser, Judi shares thought-provoking ideas and inspiring interviews each week to help you elevate your mindset and take more confident action.
Key #6: Ready Is A Choice
If you’re waiting until you feel ready to get started, you’re going to be waiting for the rest of your life…and the only regret you’ll ever have is not getting started sooner. In today’s solo, Judi shares her next life and business key, number six of twelve, that will help you unlock the door to more possibilities in your life. On the road to a more fulfilling life, you’re going to make mistakes. You’re going to look stupid and you’re going to “break some watermelons” along the way…And that’s okay! Each watermelon has a lesson tucked inside and, when one breaks, you get to learn something from it. It’s the breaking open that ultimately allows you to break through. So, get your ass off the couch, get out into the world and start breaking some melons!
Key #5: Love Is An Inside Job
I’ve got a question for you…What if you pursued yourself as much as you pursued all the things you desire in your life? Because nothing you desire can ever truly, and fully, be yours if you don’t first love yourself. In today’s solo, Judi shares her next life and business key, number five of twelve, that will help you unlock the door to more possibilities in your life. As you may have guessed, key number five is all about self-love. And we’re not talking about the mani pedi, bubble bath “self-love,” we’re talking about the verb self-love. Once you learn to do the work that is self-love, you’ll begin to see the people, places and things around you shift to reflect the new way you’re treating, and feeling about, yourself.
How To Be Loving with Danielle LaPorte
With everything going on in the world, it’s easy to feel like a bystander in life. Is life happening to you, or are you steering the ship? Today on the show, Judi is joined by author, spiritual leader and member of Oprah’s SuperSoul100 group, Danielle LaPorte. Danielle and Judi talk about the distinction between virtues and values and why working on your own inner peace is the most noble thing you can do amidst outer chaos. Remember: Energy follows thought. If you think it, you will begin to feel it. Some of Danielle’s small reminders, like these, are keys that can help us live more love-focused, heart-centered lives.
Key #4: Make It Until You Make It
Our souls are the source of our creativity. When we’re building a brand, a business, even the way we talk, we are expressing our creativity. And what we believe in, what we’re passionate about—these things reflect our creativity. So, when we connect with things that we create, we’re establishing a soul connection between our soul and their soul. When we alter our creation out of fear of rejection, fear of acceptance, or anything else, we are jeopardizing the authenticity of that soul connection. This is dangerous! And this is exactly why you need to “make it until you make it,” “not fake it until you make it”. Even when you’re scared, or if people don’t like what you’re doing, it’s your duty to honor what’s truly authentic to you.
Key #3: Goal-Focused Planning
Can you guess the one thing that fundamentally changed the course of Judi’s life? The life tool that is the backbone of who she is and all that she does? Drum roll, please… It’s this: Goal. Focused. Planning. Goal-focused planning is the next life and business key, number three of twelve, that will help you unlock the door to more possibilities in your life. Goal-focused planning blends personal life and professional life together, making each more efficient, rewarding, and fun. Listen up, y’all. If it’s good enough for Judi, it’s good enough for you. So buckle up and take notes!
Key #2: Pay Yourself First
Pay. Yourself. First. If you don’t already know what this means, it’s your lucky day. In this second episode of twelve keys for life and business success, Judi talks about the invaluable lesson she learned from some of her favorite regulars during her time as a bartender and how it saved her butt when things went south during the pandemic.