Have you ever said in jest...work hard, play harder?
I used to work so hard, if I wasn’t working I was thinking I should be.
I remember a time that if I was really busy, I felt really good, like I was getting stuff done. I’m not even sure I really knew how to have fun, but I thought if I worked hard I deserved to have some fun. Until that no longer felt good.
There had to be a new way of doing life.
It may sound strange, yet when I started doing my daily assignments in Manifest 10K, I really started to work less, and learned how to play.
Now I work less, play more, and I actually get more done in less time in regards to my “work” hours. It feels so much better doing life this way, then the way I had been!
In this interview, I share all the fun I’m having, by working less and playing more. You can hear the full interview here...
Do you wanna get paid to do what you love?
I never truly felt worthy enough to call myself an artist and definitely not worthy enough to get paid as one.
Then Cassie was coaching me and she asked “What if you just created to create?”
That question opened up so much space for me, as I had never thought of just creating to create.
I was stuck in the “How can I get paid to create?”
As I started to create just for fun, all of a sudden new opportunities and ideas came to me that brought in money. I wasn’t worried about getting paid, and then I was getting paid.
Now I know that I can get paid to create, and it feels so good!
In this interview you can hear all the amazing opportunities and how much fun I’m having creating…
Cheers to getting paid to do what you love,
If you’re ready to be a paid artist, I started my journey by completing Manifest $10K, you can start here payafteryoumanifest.com
Today's episode is with Kimberly Hite and we talk about how she has moved from being the one everyone vents their negativity to to someone who helps them find the good things in their life.
Allowing people to vent was causing Kimberly to carry their negativity and burdens. This was affecting her in a very negative and overwhelming way. We worked on this together to give her tools to retrain herself and those she comes into contact with.
In this episode, Kimberly Hite is back to interview Cassie Parks. This time the topic is celebrating her eighth Freedomversary (8 years since she woke up and didn’t have to go back to her corporate job). Kimberly asks Cassie about the journey of eight years. They talk about going from a completely blank page when Cassie left her job to the coaching business she has now.