There are many ways to bring your gifts to the world.
Who hasn't needed to make a shift this last year?
Evolving, being willing to change, is important no matter what is happening in the world or our lives. But never more so since the beginning of 2020.
We're all learning now how important adjusting and changing is, no matter how long it takes to get there.
When you're considering what you want to have in your life, it's important to think about what you want to bring to the world.
My guest this week, Sharyn Galindo, had to do just that. She had to shift her business and her purpose, to encompass the new world she (and we) faced.
How did she do it?
Discipline! She practiced these things: Resilience, mind/body breathing, gratitude She got back up! She asked herself (like a swiss army knife of tools and skills), which tool will I need today? She was open to the possibilities (hmm, that's a good topic for a book, don't you think?) She took her time Never-ending self-awareness She remembered, there are a lot of ways to bring your gifts to the world She had, and so should you, compassionate presence Finally, she remembered, mistakes are part of the journey!
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Sharyn Galindo is the owner and founder of True North Wellness. She has been in the wellness industry since the early 1990s and to this day continues to expand her knowledge through trips across Asia and by studying modern and traditional wellness approaches. Sharyn created True North Wellness under the vision of a wellness service that empowers people based on their individual needs. She created True North Wellness to be accessible and empowering for all.
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