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Before we jump into this week’s Clarity Gem, we want to let you know that there are 5 days until enrollment ends (on Tuesday, June 3rd) for The Passion Plan. There’s still time to do a free breakthrough coaching session with us, if you’re interested in the program.

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Now, on to one of our very favorite things:

How to infuse your day job with (a touch of) rebellion

If you dislike (or downright hate) your job, you probably feel trapped. And while you might be working toward something better, there’s a period of time where you have to “stick it out,” “suck it up,” and tolerate the situation you’ve got right now until your “something better” happens.

But what if you didn’t have to feel trapped and at the mercy of your job anymore?

This week, we’re talking about how to take back ownership of your life (and your job), so that you can feel more free, flexible, and energized. We’re chatting about …

It’s satisfying to rebel a little, especially when there’s no downside to your rebellion.

Listen to this Clarity Gem now or download for later. And as always, if you know someone who’s feeling trapped and in need of a little rebellion, pass this along to them today!

Leave us a comment below letting us know how you can start injecting just a touch of rebellion into your day job.

Much Love,

Kristen + Rachel


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  1. LOVED this Gem! Very inspiring and I’m pretty sure “Marie” would agree! You girls put the simple things in such great persepective. And that’s why I love coaching. And honestly I do believe that this small “rebellious” act or even just communication like you mention, can help you maintain a happier day throughout work.

    1. Thanks, Georgia! We always love inspiring people to add a touch of “rebellion” to their lives 😉

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