It is totally normal to feel like you are doing it all alone. Overwhelmed. Frustrated.
In today’s video, I talk about 3 areas of life you can create structure around to feel more supported. You will naturally start to attract people to support you in your life when you create structures for them to step into.
Today is a special day: I have my first guest on “Tea Time with Tanya” … introducing Ms. Jodi Komitor, founder of Next Generation Yoga.
Jodi is a dear friend on so many levels, and we had such a deep discussion on our beach walk that I wanted to share her and our insights with you around asking for help and shifting negative conversations.
We get a little goofy so this should be fun for you to watch:
ENGAGE, leave a comment: Do you struggle to ask for help and support? Share your insights.
Super cool day. The community builder that I am gets totally high off new connections … I had a new friend, Sabine from Denmark come over today and she did something so amazing that I had to sneak away for a few minutes to create today’s video for you.
Check it out:
ENGAGE, leave a comment: What project are you working on that you can ask for support with? I double dog dare you. Leave your insights below.
It’s so easy to point the finger and tell someone what they are doing wrong and why it is their fault there is a problem in the relationship. But every time you point the finger, there are 4 fingers pointing back at yourself.
When I walk away from someone or something, I usually brush it off as “not my problem.” I remove and disconnect myself.
But we attract people, places and things into our lives for a reason. People come into our lives as a direct mirror reflection of ourselves, designed to help us heal and self-realize.
So when we brush it off as “your problem, not mine” we miss an opportunity for growth.
And most likely, someone else will show up down the road to teach you the same lesson, and again and again until you get it.
This is why shadow work is so important.
In today’s video, I talk specifically about my own shadow:
ENGAGE, leave a comment: are you blaming someone in your life? What’s the mirror? Share your insights.