Get that Good Energy

I’ve been talking to a lot of people lately who are on the verge of creating big things.

Book coaches and life coaches. Business mentors and career strategists. Women who don’t have just ONE idea – they have a whole string of them. They’re not asking themselves, “What should I do?” – they’re asking, “In what order should I launch all these plans of mine?”

These women are not searching around for how to spend their time. They’re figuring out how to fit all their dreams in a 24-hour day!

That’s what I call The Good Energy. It’s a swirling, whirling vortex and when you get it going in your life, it builds on itself. Because the truth is, when you roll up your sleeves and start creating, doing, making things happen, that’s when the waves of inspiration hit. Again and again and again.

If you’re looking for some Good Energy in your life, read my top 3 tips for opening the Portal and letting it in…

  1. Talk to someone who makes you feel like you’re on top of the world. A person in your life who doesn’t just cheer you on, but who is ready and willing to help you create a plan to move forward. Whether it’s a member of your brand team, or a best friend or partner – that person who listens intently and then brainstorms next steps. Good Energy thrives on taking action. 
  2. Start something small – a project you can finish in a day. It might be a small painting or drawing, a one-page synopsis of the book you want to write or the course you want to launch, a 2-mile walk around the lake (if you haven’t moved in a while), a big pot of homemade soup (there’s nothing as life-giving as homemade soup). Starting and finishing something is a simple but powerful way to show up for yourself. Do it today.
  3. Write a letter to yourself and describe in enthusiastic detail everything you want to make happen in the next week, month, season. Be specific and explain the WHY behind each of your dreams (because the WHY is what keeps you going when you lose sight of the HOW). 

Let’s talk more about Good Energy – how to find it and what to do with it when it’s spinning up more dreams than you think you can handle.