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To break free from feeling stuck, frustrated, and overwhelmed.

To figure out your passion in life and pursue it in a way that feels good to you.

To have the courage to live according to your own values, and not spend your life trapped by someone else’s rules.

To combine your career and passion in a way that feels so good, you’ll hardly believe it’s real (but it will be).

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Side Chat: Why positive thinking is mostly BS

positive thinking

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You may not have seen this coming, but we’re saying it: Positive thinking ain’t all it’s cracked up to be.

If this sounds suspicious for a couple of life coaches to be saying, you’re going to want to listen to (or watch!) this month’s side chat. We’re diving into the compulsion that SO many of us feel to stay positive at all times, and why that is NOT necessarily a good thing.

We talked about:

Why so many people feel guilty or ashamed for having thoughts that aren’t positive. How pretending you’re upbeat and positive, when ...

Are you already living your worst-case scenario?

worst-case scenario

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Back when Clarity on Fire was brand new, Rachel and I were seriously hustling.

(And trust me, that’s definitely not a humble brag. I am NOT someone who likes to hustle. Even the word hustle feels gross to me. But there’s no better way to describe what life was like back then.)

We were working at full-time office jobs, going through an intensive coach-training program, and getting our business off the ground simultaneously.

I recently looked back at my Google calendar from those early days, and I’m astounded by how jam-packed it is. I genuinely don’t understand ...