Below are links to some shining-star resources that I have tapped into over the years. I want to give a big high five to each one I’ve listed for how they are inspiring people around the world to be better versions of themselves. Enjoy!
I have been a student and teacher of personal development for more than a decade and, for me, nothing compares to the work that Andy Ramage, Ruari Fairbairns and their team are doing at One Year No Beer. The global community they have created through their passion to change people’s relationship with alcohol is simply inspiring. Their movement is about so much more than taking a break from alcohol; it’s really about living life better through a discovery of meaning and purpose. I love, love, love my OYNB tribe!
Headspace is a digital service that provides amazing guided meditation sessions and mindfulness training. Its content can be accessed online or via their mobile apps. Daily meditation has massively improved my life.
I am enough! I am enough! I am enough! Marisa is the queen of teaching people how to eliminate self-sabotaging thinking. I love what this woman teaches.
Thousands of us around the world have joined Julia Cameron’s powerful, enlightening movement to uncover and unleash our creativity. Writing “morning pages” everyday throughout the 12-week course is an amazing journey of self discovery.
Mel Robbins’ TED talks and book, “The 5-Second Rule”, have changed my life. I am “5-4-3-2-1-ing” myself to some amazing, near-miraculous, results thanks to her.
I absolutely love this podcast. Sheri Salata is co-president of the Oprah Winfrey Network and Nancy Hala is a big-time brand executive. For any soul seeking woman age forty and beyond, I highly recommend that you follow these ladies and their Pillar Life.
We all have a shadow side that Dr. Carl Jung described as our darker side. You know it (and so do I!)– the inner gremlin that we like to hide behind the curtains when company comes to visit. This course helps participants make peace with their dark side. It’s pretty heavy, but worth the work.