Blab Interview With Travis Barton
In the past month, I have made small shifts in my thinking which have created mammoth shifts in my reality. I am going to share some things with you and I want you to take notice to how you feel as I share them.
I am a keynote speaker and I also hold my own events. On April 8th, I get to go give my Superman Physiology Talk to a whole school of over 300 children. Then I was just asked to speak in front of 400 lawyers in Ohio in October and they want me to speak on The Power Of Mentorship. I have a 99 Day Dare that didn't even officially open enrollment yet and it's almost sold out (30 spots left!). I was just hired to privately to coach 3 new clients. My inbox is full with messages to go through full of people who want to work with me. I am picking up incredible speed and I am planning my next big event!
Why am I telling you all of this? Well... Because ...
The world will give you anything you are willing to ask for and believe you deserve. I have had this vision in my mind for years. I am on stage and the crowd is going wild. I stand in front of 10,000 people and I am smiling and grateful. I help wake up and shake their world.
You see, up until about a year and a half ago, I thought wanting what I wanted was selfish. I thought having my dreams come true was a selfish act. I would see others succeed and I would get incredibly jealous or say oh they are so lucky. It wasn't until I shifted my beliefs that the world outside started to change instantly.
Your beliefs and your thoughts shape the world around you. It's just that simple. Everyone tries to complicate this. I changed my belief about seeing people succeed and instead of getting jealous, I was excited and happy for them because if they could do it, that meant I could too! I started to believe that I deserved my dreams to come true. I believed I deserved love. I started to respect others, and really see them for who they were.
At this past UPW, a few Rockstars joked with me that I would need security because so many people were coming up to me. They said my story inspired them to take leaps of faith into the dark on their own lives. At this seminar, I was able to share my story, and I was able to allow the world to see me for who I really was. I am just so grateful right now for my mentors. Without them, I would not be where I am. People ask me all the time, "How did you do it?" I tell them I listened to Tony Robbins when he said to find a mentor that had what I wanted. I asked Ass shaking rockstar Joseph Mcclendon to be my mentor. I keep moving forward despite others around me telling me to get a real job, that my dreams were impossible, and that I should really be more realistic. I stopped hanging around with anyone that told me my dreams were not achievable. I kept moving forward despite failures. I started to tell the story of my life the way I wanted it to be rather then the way that it was! I remember though one thorn in my arm through out the past year. That was my own self doubt in my abilities to help others.
Let me tell you, when you are doubtful about your abilities everyone knows it. They can feel it. I was helping people all along the way, but it wasn't until I made the shift at my last UPW that literally I feel like my whole world changed instantly. I accepted the gifts that were in me. I thanked God for the gifts he had giving me. I got on my knees and cried I was so grateful for my life.
Then it happened, I started to feel the incredible force that has been around me this whole time. All doubt was dissolved and replaced with faith. All weakness's were instantly transformed into strengths. God, the universe, source, love, infinite intelligence whatever you want to call it based on your beliefs. I could not hold this in my hands per say, I could not see it with my eyes, but I could feel it. It's pure love for me, for the world, for each soul. I embraced this force into my heart and then realized it had been there all along. It's the power that every soul has access too within themselves. I felt more elevated and alive then I ever have in my whole life. I just feel illuminated within.
I put this picture up because I am sending you love. Right now in this moment I am sending you love and smile in your heart.
The best advice I could give you is to have faith in the invisible. Just because you can't see it or touch it or hear it doesn't mean it's not there helping you towards your greatest self. Accept the gifts The universe has placed within you. Follow the whispers of your heart. And just remember when you are at your lowest point, surrounded by darkness, heaviness, bills, frustration, and not sure how you are going to make it...
Remember... Victory is near. Don't give up like most do, two feet from Gold.
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I lied to you all.
I want to get honest right now. As you all know by now, I do my best to keep it real for you all. Let's get REALLY HONEST HERE.
So I have had 4 events in the past year. My first event was on Feb 21st, 2015. I didn't spend much and only had about 15 people come and only two of those people bought tickets for $65 but I had to invest in parking and travel. I broke even on thatone.
Then I had no money to invest in my next one so I just started selling tickets to an event with no venue on May 1st. I sold 43 tickets for $99 and I ended up being gifted a vacant building but I needed a screen and projector. I didn't want to buy a cheap one so I invested in a great screen and projector and made no profit.
Every event I kept thinking I was going to make a profit from but it kept bombing. Especially with the one at Franklin Institute with Jairek Robbins, I made a ton of mistakes and booked a non profit for the place to have it that was 10k. Then I hired a speaker for 10k. Actually, I made a ton of mistakes with that event and the ones before it. It was a freaking nightmare. I didn't make a dime with the Franklin Institute event. In fact- I lost money. I sold over 70 plus tickets to that event for a Ticket price of between $99 and $499. I kept coaching people and using all that money to fund it. I keep creating online products like the 99 Day SYR Dare to stay barely a float. I kept going one inch at a time. I borrowed money from my dad, John Anthony Rim and from anyone who was willing to help me with my dream. I took out loans, and did whatever it took to make it happen.
Want me to get even more honest? Just 4 months ago, I almost lost my house ... I was 2 months behind in mortgage payments and I was so scared that they would kick my little girl and I out of our home but I just kept going. I kept pushing. I kept striving. I cried on my kitchen floor. I worried. I felt awful at times and at some points, I doubted and didn't know if all this was worth it. It was too hard to live my dreams and I just wanted to give up. But I just kept going and even now in this moment I have tears streaming down my face. This was the hardest year of my life. I quit smoking, quit my job, my husband left me, I sold tickets to events with no venue, I built websites, I failed, I succeeded, I built fb communities, I built my dreams one brick at a time.
Tonight my friends, I am celebrating. Why? Because tonight after everyone was paid out and the numbers were crunched, I made a profit for the first time on a Spark Your Rockstar event. I sold 12 tickets ranging from $799 to 1k each.
So that means each event my ticket price kept rising over the past year. I finally made a profit that was actually worth all the hours and days and weeks that went into making this retreat happen. This is a picture of the retreat and the woman who helped make it happen. Huge thank you to Sifu Terryann Deangeles and Betsy Green for helping create and produce this event. This would not have happened without them.
I am crying tears of gratitude right now because I am so grateful I didn't give up. I had many great mentors, clients, and friends through out this process who encouraged me and challenged me to step up and I am grateful for all of you.
Tomorrow with some of the profit, I am going to book a little 3 day weekend for my daughter and I to go swim with dolphins. I know it may not seem like a lot to you, but for me this is a huge win as my little girl deserves this trip so much and I kept telling her all last year I would make it happen.
I love her so much and was so excited to see her tonight and share this news that when I picked her up from her dads place, I started running across the street to her and I fell running full speed and literally slid across the concrete. I was in so much pain and ripped my pants and was bleeding but I still was crying and smiling at the same time. I kept saying I was just so excited to see her and share the news. She gave me the biggest hug ever and said, "All we have to do is be together mommy. We don't need to swim with dolphins to have a good time," she said. I just smiled as I looked at her and brought her in close to me and kissed her head. My little girl constantly teaches me lessons daily.
I know I am no where near Perfect and have much to learn, because I am student for life, but tonight I am celebrating myself, for not giving up on my dreams. On not giving up on the vision I see so clearly in my mind.
I urge you wherever you are in your own evolution of life that you keep moving forward. Too often times do people give up, when they are truly only two feet from gold. Just keep going. Keep taking leaps into the dark with child like faith. One inch at a time if you must- Just Keep Moving Forward and bridging the gap from where you are now to where you want to be.
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One Heart Can Change The World
This story is so crazy that I myself am still in awe. Don't allow anyone to talk you out of your dreams.
On Saturday night, in my home town at 730pm- it was 5 degrees and with the windchill it felt like -10 below freezing. I was reading all these articles how homeless people risk freezing to death in weather like this. Something came over me, I decided in that moment, with seeing all the pics of men, woman and children sleeping out in the cold and in their cars, that I was going to sleep outside and livestream it. My goal was to raise 10k. I kept thinking about how we spend billions of dollars trying to find life on other planets, yet we don't take care of the life on our own. I thought about all the empty foreclosed homes and all the people living on the streets.
Something struck a chord and I decided to go all in for people I didn't know but who I care so deeply for. I called my business coach, he said that, and I quote, "This has nothing to do with your brand. We will hold an event to raise money if you want- but get this crazy idea out of your head." My sister called me after she saw my post on fb about sleeping outside in the cold, and told me that I needed an intervention that this was crazy. I decided not to listen to the people in my life. I decided to listen to my gut. As I put on my jacket and gloves, I thought about how many people let others talk them out of something that they are passionate about, not because they don't care, its actually the opposite, its because they do care and they are scared for you.
Before I went outside, I closed my eyes for a moment in stillness and got on my knees. Something emotional came over me and tears started streaming down my face. I asked God for strength needed for the night to come. Ten I opened my eyes wiped my tears and I opened my front door to enter the bitter cold.
So at 930pm on Saturday night, I went outside and on to the freezing cold streets of Philadelphia. My post started to go viral and donations started pouring in. I went on periscope and streamed and posted videos to the website.
Within 2 hours, we had collected over $2,000 dollars with 100% of it for the homeless. Sleeping outside in the cold - was one of the hardest experiences of my life. My hands were on fire and burning. With the windchill, it felt like -10 degrees below freezing and every time the wind blew, it would send a burning sensation onto any area that was not covered up. People were looking at me as they walked by with disgusting looks. I am never looked at like that- and it was humbling to see what a homeless person goes through.
As the night went on, I had to keep getting up and walking to keep myself warm and keep from freezing. I had people in my community stay up with me all night and make sure I was okay and alive. Some guy named John Wolfe stayed with me to make sure I was okay. I even had a friend, who came up to Philadelphia and stayed with me through the night and brought me a battery for my phone too. Apparently his wife, a long time friend of mine, Marie McAfee saw me on periscope and decided that someone had to help me! lol She later told me, after seeing me their out there in the cold, all she she had to do was look at Bill who was sitting right next her, and he rolled his and said, "Ok, I will get my coat." As I think back now, I am 100% confident that Bill, Marie and John were angels. I would not have made it through the night without them.
At 7am, I was literally falling asleep standing up. I walked about 5 miles through out the night to keep my body from freezing. I decided to go home, to my warm bed. I had a whole new perspective on life. I had never been more grateful for my home. I ended up raising over $9,000 and donations are still coming in.
This goes to show you that one person, when their heart is in the right place can make a difference. My family and a few friends told me that I was crazy and that sleeping outside wouldn't do anything but get myself sick. It is sad to say but in most cases, your friends and family will be the ones who try to convince you not to move towards what you feel passionately about. Why? Not because they are mean, or trying to hurt you, but because they love you and because of their own fears.
So next time you have a great idea, don't let anyone talk you out of it. If I listened to my coach, my sister, and my dad, I would not have went and slept outside and I would not have raised all that money. The money I raised will get men, women and children out of the cold, sheltered and fed. Anything is possible if you believe it is. YOU can and do make a difference in the world.
So take a look at your life today and think about where you may have wanted to step forward and go for something but you allowed others to talk you out of it. Or how you didn't let others talk you out of something and you succeeded! It's through sharing our stories that we can empower and inspire others to reach for the stars and make the impossible possible.
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Today, I was thinking about how important it is to have people in your life that push you forward to evolve. It reminds me of a time when my daughter taught me one of my most valuable lessons in my life. Back in the summer, I was at the pool with my 7 year old who came running over to me. She said, "Mommy, I want to jump off the high diving board but I can't until I take the test. I am ready to take the swim test. I know I can do it." I said, "Baby that's something you do in the beginning of the day not the end. We have been here three hours and your tired there is no way you can do it now." I looked at my little girls face and realized I just told her she couldn't do something. Her mother, the one who preaches to people all day long that anything is possible. My little girl looked up at me and said, "You told me I could do anything if I believe I can and I believe I can."
I got tears in my eyes because my little girl teaches me lessons daily but this one struck a chord in my soul. I said, "Kaylee I believe in you too and I know you can. Let's do it."
I watched my little girl jump in the pool and put on her goggles. She looked up at me through the googles. I stared back and pointed at my heart. I then pointed at her and told her today was her day. I could see by the nervous smile on her face that she needed a boost. I said, "Kaylee, I got you baby. Just promise me you will give me your best." She said, "I promise mom," as pointed to her little heart, "to give it my whole heart." I had tears in my eyes as I watched the life guard come over to do the swim test. She had to swim 2 laps and then trend water for 1 min without taking a break he said.
The whistle blew. I saw my little girl start swimming and she was slow but she was steady doing freestyle. I was walking along the pool clapping. "Come on baby!" I said. "You look great! You are almost there!" About a lap and a half in she looked at me through tired eyes and shook her little head and started swimming towards the wall to give up. After I had been cheering her on and running along side her this whole time and I wasn't about to let her give up on herself so easy. I said, "Kaylee, I will not allow you to give up because I know you can do this! Now, You have a half a lap to go! Now Kick those little legs and get to the other side!!! You can and will finish this! I BELIEVE BABY." The two lifeguards were stunned. My little gave me a huge smile and somehow she found the strength to keep moving. Her little legs kicked faster and faster until her hand finally touched the wall. The lifeguard looked at me and smiled. A small crowd had formed at my loud cheering. As Kaylee got out of the pool, they clapped for her. She had the biggest smile on her face. She got out of the pool tired but smiling. We gave each other the biggest high five ever.
Then I pointed to the diving board and said, "Your Trophy awaits you lil champion." She started running over to the diving board and stopped. She looked back at me and came running back to give me a squeeze and then went running over to jump off the diving board.
As I watched her jump off, I realized opportunities to make a difference are all around us and usually they are found in the little things. Everyday tasks may seem meaningless but they are the core moments of our life that can be the factor whether we believe in ourselves or not. Everything we say and do matters. I would never again doubt my little girl when she tells me she was ready for something. My rockstar warrior heart goes BADA BOOM for my little girl.
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He leaned in and said- "Carolyn, while others are being voted for prom queen and who will be most successful, your being voted as most likely to die of an overdose. Wake the fuck up."
I was 16 years old in this picture. If you look hard enough... You can see the pain in my eyes. I am going to share some things that I normally would not share on Facebook or for that matter with anyone else. I know many would rather I hide the truth, but honestly, I have nothing to hide anymore.
My client was the one who inspired me to write this. He just kept saying he had nothing to hide, and that he was who he was, and he didn't care who knew it. I kept thinking how liberating that would feel just to let it all out. Say screw it. This is my truth. This is me. Come here and take a look at the wounds that I have turned into scars. Take me or leave me.
I feel so strongly to share who I used to be to who I am now. I want everyone to know that it's okay to make some mistakes and get back up. Your past does not have to equal your future, unless you live there.
Deep breath in... Here goes...
I was 14 when I first had sex. I am not going to mention any names because is not necessary but I remember feeling that freedom for a moment that everything faded away and I didn't feel the pain. I had finally found a way out of myself. To numb the pain I was in. Not physical pain but emotional. I felt alone. I hated that alone feeling and always had to be doing something, which is quite ironic now because my alone time is by far my favorite part of my day. When I am meditating in stillness.
I remember I went searching for anything to fill the void I felt within my soul. I felt so empty. So spiritually dead. The only time I felt alive is when I was doing drugs. Or when I was lying to those I loved. Or when I was selfishly seeking attention from men who were taken. I lived for the rush. The rush of the adrenaline of doing something so wrong and naughty. I didn't know how something could feel so wrong and so right at the same time.
This is how I saw myself for years. As a piece of meat. I had no real value I thought. I went through high school getting into fights because other girls would be mad I slept with there boyfriends.
I clearly remember a vivid moment that I do not think I will ever forget. I was called into the office one time and one of the teachers said several students were worried about me. They saw me smoking pot on school grounds, snorting in the bathroom, doing whip it's in my moms van in the parking lot. I remember the message from this teacher.
He looked at me as I stared at him with glassy stoned eyes. He leaned in and said- "Carolyn, while others are being voted for prom queen and who will be most successful, your being voted as most likely to die of an overdose. Wake the fuck up."
That comment stop my racing thoughts dead in there tracks. He walked out the office and slammed his door. I sat for a moment. Not making a move or a sound. Omg I think how did I get here? I went from bar to bar with my fake id pretending to be someone else. I felt like I could smell the alcohol seeping out of my skin, and all I could feel was this sense of hate for myself. Here I was addicted to drugs and alcohol and men. Anything not to feel inside. I felt my cheeks get hot as the tears streamed down my face and felt the churning in my stomach like worms. Ugh. I wipe the tears away and put on my best facade.
You see that ah-aww moment isn't when change happens. It's Awareness that comes with the ah-awww moment. Must shout out Joe White for bringing this to my attention at one of his seminars. Action is what really breeds change and at that point I was not ready to squarely face the woman I was in the mirror. In fact I could barely even look in the mirror anymore. Just looking in the mirror would make me sick. I hated me. I hated that I felt like a whore. That's all I felt like anymore. There was no more twinkle in my eyes. Just a dead zombie and my drug of choice was more. I went home that day to numb the pain just like any other day but this time, I decided I wanted to not wake up.
That night, I went out with these guys. I drank way too much. Vodka. I kept thinking it wasn't happening fast enough and then all of sudden... It hit me like a ton of bricks. Like to the point where I blacked out. I woke up on the curb the next morning to the sound of guy shaking me. He said, "Hey you alive?" I looked up and realized I was face down on the pavement out front of my mom and dads house on the side walk.
My one thought, "Shit. I can't even kill myself right."
I could tell you many more moments that lead me deeper and deeper down the rabbit hole, but then one day... I was gifted with grace. I was caught. I was caught making 65k a year with no bills broke. I remember stealing from my dad and him calling and saying it's done. I wanted help. I was grateful that finally the chase was over. No longer would I have to wake up every morning and find a way to fill the void. I would do anything to stop the lies, the guilt, the shame.
I went to rehab and started going to NA meetings. It wasn't easy. Many days, I felt different and not like them but I just kept focusing on the similarities instead of the differences and Slowly but surely I fell in love myself and my life again. They say not to get into a relationship for a year. I was pregnant a month later, (you all know by now rules are not really my thing). I ended up marrying him 2 years later. Na saved my life. Life was good for a while but then I just started to once again feel bored. Unfulfilled. I was married, steady 9-5 and had a little girl who i adored, but I found myself asking, is this it? Is this why I came here? I found myself, looking up bridges to jump off of. And instead, by divine grace...My fingers type in the name Tony Robbins. I could not help but connect instantly with his energy as soon as I saw him on video. I guess most people can, but this seemed different.
This felt like ... Destiny.
I will stop here. My story continues as most of you know. My story continues to become more amazing and bizarre and outrageous. All the things they said were impossible... I just kept doing.
I keep leaping into the dark and having the faith that my feet will hit the ground. I keep sharing honestly and being vulnerable. I keep saying, "Hey! This is who I am and I love me!" I am not what happened to me. I am not my past. Now when I look in the mirror, I see fallen angel. A fucking warrior, a wise, strong, humble, compassionate woman. I am so grateful for the hand I have been dealt in my life because it is that hand that makes me who I am today. So I would like to take the opportunity to say thank you to the people who have hurt me the most. Thank you for making the woman I am today.
Remember if you want to truly love yourself, then you must love your past too, no matter how difficult it may seem. All those struggles made you who you are today.
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Don't ever give up on you. Especially when you think you have no way out... thats normally when the door appears towards your new priceless magical beginning. Big. Bada. BOOM.
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My Interview With Tony Robbins
Today I wake up at 3:03am. I am wired. I could see the headlines now, "America's Top Confidence Coach meets Top Strategist Tony Robbins." I can't stop thinking about what happened in the past 24 hours. It's almost like a dream. Not really sure what's real and what's not.
Yesterday, I was going to get my chance to ask a few questions to Tony Robbins and Thank him for everything he has done for me. I had never been so excited in my life. I set up 3 computers just in case. I tested my audio, my blab link and everything looked and sounded perfect. I do blabs all the time so this wasn't my first time at the rodeo! I turn on the lights and as soon as I jump in, Anthony Conklin (the amazing host of this blab, who totally rocked the interview), Vicki and Tony Robbins are on screen starting the interview!
I am finally going to get to thank the man that helped ignite the matches within my soul! Just to set the background here, and explain why I am so grateful for him. I wanted to die 14 months ago. I felt like I was dying anyway with no passion, no progress, no goals, no real excitement. Then I went to a Tony Robbins seminar in Dallas TX and He helped me understand how valuable my life was, how valuable each life is no matter who you are. He helped awaken me to the power within.... Here I had been searching outside myself all these years for the answer and Tony showed me that it was within me all along. After that event, so much happened, quit job, husband left me, quit smoking after 15 year Newport box habit, and so so so much more. So, come back to the interview here, as the time flew by as Tony gave us all gems and streamed his incredible energy into us on blab.
And then... Anthony said Carolyn Rim, this girl is a rockstar life coach, come on in!
So I jump on and I have never been so excited in my whole life. I was beaming. Smiling. I was practically flying. And then all of sudden, I open my mouth to speak and Tony Robbins says I can't hear you .... My audio didn't work! Omg I think. Of all the times for my audio to not work. I have done about 30 blabs with not one audio issue and now I am on the phone with my hero and he can't hear me. Tony looked at me and gave me such a warm smile, but meanwhile I am panicking, I am shouting at the screen No No No! They let me try to get on 3 times and no audio. He said he was so sorry, he had to go, and hung up. I felt crushed. I watched as his camera went off. Here was my chance and I blew it.
Then finally, as soon as Tony jumped off my audio started working. The two hosts (Vicki and Anthony) were like, "Aw man, we can hear you now. Thats a shame Carolyn." Everyone was messaging me like, saying so sorry Carolyn." As a life coach, I always do my best to look on the bright side no matter what the situation is. However, this was hard hitting. I was on the verge of tears.
Then the host Anthony said, "OMG Carolyn. You will not believe this." I stop breathing momentarily. He says, "I just got a message from Tony's assistant saying Tony wants the girl with no audio to come as his special guest to UPW Palm Beach."
At first I think, I was already going but I didn't have my ticket yet. I was planning on the money coming in for it soon. This is crazy I think to myself. I say how incredibly grateful I am for the ticket. I was still a little bit in shock when I first heard it and didn't connect the dots until later. If my audio had worked, I would not have been invited to UPW Palm Beach. I think about how I had 3 computers set up and how I tried from 3 different sources, and not one of them let my audio work until Tony jumped off!
To me, that's a sign. Destiny.
Here I thought the worst thing happened by my audio not working, but it was actually turned into a huge gift. I think back to all the dark moments in my life, I think about how grateful I am for them because they brought me to this moment right now and those moments of trials and tribulations made me who I am today. This past year, has been the hardest and the most rewarding year of my life.
I will end with one of my favorite Tony Robbins quotes. "Someone should tell us right at the start of our life that we are dying. Then we might live life to the limit, every moment of every day. Whatever you want to do, do it now. There are only so many tomorrows." ~Tony Robbins
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Life will Never be the same
I woke up at 4am today with no alarm. As I drink my water and get ready to start to my day, I pull up my laptop. I have been working on my book for 5 months now. Its my journey from 2014 to 2015 and how I went from broke, unhappy, and dying, to starting my own business, finding my passion, and being awakened within. As I go back over the year, all the posts on fb, I find one post from a month ago,by Cynthia Savage and it catches my eye. The question on the video she posts from Tony Robbins is "What if enjoying your life became your greatest achievement?"
I stop. I sit. And Instantly I think about stopping to meditate on this one sentence. It seems so simple doesn't it. To enjoy ones life. To be filled up with overflowing light and love. To be shining bright.
If it's so easy then why are so many people stuck, complaining, & unhappy?
People tell me all the time..."I love your energy." "You shine brighter then the sun." Recently I had one woman say, "Your presence is brighter then any room you are in." I do not say this to boost myself up or brag, I say this because I think I just found the reason why. I let that inner child shine through me as much as I can. I laugh too much and at ridiculous things. I don't take myself or anything to seriously. I play hide and seek, tag, and all the child hood games with my little girl. It's a beautiful privilege to be her mom and brings back moments from my childhood. I love to sing and have random dance offs.
I have the belief that every dark time In my life, made me who I am today, therefore I am just as grateful for the dark moments in my life as I am for the brightest ones. I needed every low valley in my life to make my mountain tops taste better. I keep moving forward toward my dreams regardless of the set backs I have. My passion points the way. I know my path is one of great honor.
My intention is to squeeze your heart to life, to awaken you, to believe that you are enough. You are special. You do deserve love and happiness. Life is meant to feel good. Celebrate the little things, smile through the dark moments, play with your children, and most of all, love yourself. To absolutely love every fiber of your being. You are more worth it then you will ever know. I hope you feel the energy I am sending to you through this pic. Let it spark you to life... And open your eyes, that everyday is a blank slate. Make today the day, that you believe enjoying your life is the greatest achievement of all. Watch how fast the world around you changes in magical ways.
I put the words, "Life will never be the same" in honor of Tony Robbins & Joseph Mcclendon who sparked me awake, I will be forever grateful. Thanks Cynthia for posting a beautiful video and post, obviously it inspired me.
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