Have you ever found yourself saying that? Living in a space of dullness and lifelessness where nothing seems appealing? Or fun?
I certainly have. In fact, feeling bored is one of my least favorite emotions on the planet. (It tends to lead to dates with Little Debbie or Ben & Jerry!) And, yet, sometimes, no matter what I do, I find myself feeling that way. Waiting for someone else to save the day and entertain me.
Well, that’s how I used to be . . . until I got schooled by a 5-year-old! (We’ll call him Eric.)
I witnessed an incredible exchange between Eric and his mother – who happens to be one of my dear friends. The conversation went something like this:
Eric: “Mom, I’m bored.”
Mom: “And, what do I always say?”
Eric: “Boring people only feel bored.”
Mom: “And, are you a boring person?”
Mom: “So what could you do right now? What could you do that would be fun and creative?”
Eric: “I don’t know.”
Mom: “Would you like to think about it?”
He went away, thought about it and then started to play on his own.
Later his mom told me that she has been working with him to access and support his own creativity. Which I thought was beautiful and brilliant. She didn’t buy into his story that he was bored. She didn’t swoop in to fix it. Instead she supported him in thinking for himself and finding the solution on his own.
In that moment, I thought – She probably wouldn’t buy into my story of boredom either. So why should I?
I learned from witnessing that exchange that joy is up to us. Fun and creativity are up to us. They are always available. We just have to bring them. And, the great news is we can bring them to EVERYTHING we do.
My coach recently shared a quote from her gym: “It doesn’t have to be fun to be fun.”
At first glance that seems confusing or contrary – but, this is the exact point I am making. We can bring the fun. We can choose the fun. It’s all in how we relate and respond to the circumstance at hand.
If you are feeling flat and unmotivated at work, what can you do today to make it more fun? Could you take a walk on your lunch break? Could you meet up with a friend at lunch? Could you buy flowers and place them at your desk? Could you rearrange your office furniture? Could you have a five minute dance party in your cubicle?
The great news in all of this is that the answer is available within you. You just have to give yourself space and time to create it.
There are so many things we can do to support ourselves in expanding our capacity for feeling joy. We just don’t do it. We wait for someone else to invite us somewhere. We wait until we are making more money. We wait until we lose the weight. We wait for so many things.
But the truth is, life is waiting for us. It’s waiting for us to take the lead. To claim what we really want.
And we can choose that in every given moment. In fact, every action (even the tiniest of actions) count.
So, the next time you find yourself saying, “I’m bored,” remember this article. You are only as bored as you are boring. And, then, get your hot buns in gear and DO something about it.
In the comments below, share how creative you can be. Tell me one area of your life that feels dull and flat AND one action you can take to bring some fun to it.
ps – If you are ready for a little sunshine this winter, check this out & join me next week!
By: Amber Krzys
Last week after my talk at LMU, a lovely young woman asked a question: How do you stop comparing yourself to others?
I love this question because my answer has evolved over time as I have. I used to compare my body to someone else’s body. Believing that if I just had her legs or olive skin that my life would be better. Then once I healed some of my body story, I found that comparison moved to business. I used to compare the growth of my business to the success of other people’s businesses. Always checking how many likes or followers they had, and then feeling crappy when mine didn’t match up. And after that, comparison moved into my relationship and so on and so forth.
It seems the story of comparison is never ending – and always manages to find fuel to source it.
The one thing I know for sure is that:
It will block you from success only 100% of the time. (Tweet It Yo!) Why? Because it doesn’t allow you access to your creativity or authenticity. It keeps you imprisoned in your ego-mind.
And, today I’m offering three ways I’ve learned to interrupt this cycle and flip it on it’s head. It’s what I shared with the brave student in the audience, and am now sharing with you.
What do you do if you start comparing yourself to others?
1 – Be YOU.
The best way to stop comparison from taking over your life is to get to know and love YOU. The more you like, value and appreciate yourself, the less you feel flawed and defective. This is the underlying root of all comparison. “I don’t feel good enough.” When we look at ourselves and our lives through that lens, it’s easy to fall prey to the comparison monster.
The best gift we can give ourselves is falling in love with who we are and where we are. In fact, in my experience falling in love with the thing that I loathed has brought me more reward and liberation than I ever thought possible. (Curious what I mean? Watch this video.)
Accepting our current reality (body, job, relationship status) doesn’t mean our circumstances won’t change or get better, i.e., lose weight, make more money, get in a healthy relationship. What it means is we are no longer fighting our current existence. We are no longer actively seeking the cure for our disease, because we realize we aren’t diseased at all.
In that choice, we create space. We find our worth and celebrate the thing that makes us unique; thus kicking comparison to the curb.
2 – Switch from Envy to Admiration.
Question: What artists do you like? Musicians? Painters? I imagine every person reading this has their own favorites. And just because I happen to dig Jason Mraz doesn’t mean that Led Zepplin doesn’t have value, right? I mean, imagine how boring the world would be if we only valued one type of musician or artist. That would be no fun. Yet, this is what we do when it comes to our body or even our definition of success. It’s narrow – tall, thin, no cellulite or earning a minimum of six figures without having to work a lot.
But, there are lots of definitions of beauty and success if we are willing to open our minds to all the possibilities. So, instead of being filled with jealousy or envy, see if you can flip that to admiration.
What a beautiful work of art. Our bodies are creations, and creations can be considered art. So, why not see and appreciate that beautiful walking work of art in front of you. Wishing you were that in order to fill a hole in you is completely different from appreciating it and still knowing you have value.
It’s subtle, but can make a big difference. And, ps, admiring it tends to welcome it into your life versus pushing it further and further away through envy.
3 – Acknowledge It – Outloud to the Subject of Your Comparison.
This is the scariest and most fun when you get behind it and risk trying it. When you see someone and think: “Man, if I only had her legs” or “If I only had her business sense” – TELL HER. Yikes!?
Acknowledging it and praising her not only interrupts the negative pattern within yourself, but it’s also an incredibly generous gift to give her. More often than not, the recipient of the compliment is so appreciative. In fact, she/he may even admit how your words made their day. That they were feeling self-conscious in their outfit or launch of their new program.
When this happens it’s eye-opening. It allows you to see that we all have insecurities and fears – even the people we look at and think are perfect!
In the comments below, tell me if you’ve ever tried any of these and if so, how they went? Or, tell me what you’ve down in those moments of comparison so we can all gain from your experience. I love talking about this one.
As always, I appreciate you reading.
ps – Special announcement for business owners and entrepreneurs: Marie Forleo has opened enrollment for B-School for this year! Yahoo! If you are considering the program, I invite you to take a look at the individual support I’m offering – including having a conversation with you BEFORE you invest to see if it’s a fit. Click here to see what I’m offering to support you in getting the most out of your B-School experience.
By: Amber Krzys
Holy moly, today is a big day.
It’s the day I’ve been waiting for since December 8, 2013 . . .
But before I share why with you, I want to make an announcement: If you are a business owner or want to be a business owner, I have created a special community just for you. It’s called bodyheart for business owners. I’m sharing this now because TOMORROW I have a really juicy resource in store that you won’t wanna miss. To get this info, you need to hop on the bodyheart for business owners list here.
Now back to our regular programming. Which is . . .
My TEDx Malibu Talk
It’s LIVE and ready for viewing!!
In the video I share how often what we think we really want, isn’t what we want at all . . . and what to do about it.
I invite you to watch it, like it, share the heck out of it and even express yourself in the comments below the video - if you feel called to do so.
AND, if you were there live or think you already saw it – let me just say: You ain’t seen this version. The magic of editing has made all the technical difficulties disappear. Poof! Like that. So, watch again for the full effect.
My cheeks are hurting from smiling so much. To think I almost said no to this experience.
I so appreciate your support, love and celebration of this moment. It’s a true honor. A check off the bucket list.
ps – Operation Feel Good starts on Sunday. Don’t miss out on this adventure. Sign up for free here.
By: Amber Krzys
What’s a fence sitter? Someone sitting on the fence. Sitting in the middle of a decision. Afraid to make a choice.
Recently I’ve had a lot of conversations with fence sitters and what I’ve come to see is how much suffering occurs while sitting on the fence. (I also happen to know because I’ve been there myself. More than I’d like to admit.)
On one side of the fence is our current reality. The life we know. The problems we know. And, the discomfort we’re familiar with. I affectionately call that discomfort the ‘blue snuggie’. It’s worn and a little smelly, but I know it and have come to rely on it. (Don’t know what a snuggie is? See here.)
On the other side of the fence is the unknown. It’s the life we dream of and hope for, but fear will never come to be. It’s the relationship, the new job, the self-care routine. We see it and are drawn to it, but aren’t quite ready to jump off the fence into it.
We ask ourselves questions like: What if I’m not good enough? What if I fail? What if I make the wrong choice?
This side of the fence is uncertain and scary. The answers aren’t readily available. And, it seems, part of the human condition is wanting the answers before we leap. You know what I’m talkin’ about. AND, fortunately or unfortunately, it just doesn’t work that way.
I like to call this side the ‘purple snuggie’. It’s a new, fresh snuggie that could feel just as good as or even better than the blue one – yet, we are partial to the blue one because it’s so familiar.
In this post, the snuggies represent our discomfort. Both sides of the fence create discomfort – they’re supposed to.
The great news is you’ve made it to the fence. The discomfort in current reality has caused you to get curious about what’s on the other side. And, you climbed the fence to check it out. That’s awesome.
Cheers to you for that.
The not-so-good news is that the fence tends to be the most painful part of the process. And, it’s a spot we can sit on for a long time. I know I’ve certainly sat on the fence for a number of years in my past. I’m talking like six years!
So, what do you do if you are currently on the fence?
1 – Have compassion for yourself.
Judging your process and where you are will not serve you. Doing that will only make it worse. Remind yourself of the steps you have taken thus far (the ones that got you to the fence in the first place) and then be open to the process. (To move through your judgments, see here.)
2 – Gather information.
Allow yourself to get curious about what’s on the other side. Google it. Read some books on it. Talk to some people who have done it. This will fuel your vision and start to ease some of your fears. The impossible can suddenly become possible with new information. (Click to Tweet)
3 – Seek support.
The leap from the fence to the ground can be a whole lot easier with someone holding a ladder in place. Find a coach to work with. Join a group program. Go to a 12-step meeting. Form your own small mastermind community. One thing I know for sure (from my own life and witnessing my clients’ lives), support and accountability create magic and miracles.
4 – Trust yourself.
This can be the most difficult part of the process. But, at the end of the day, you will know when it’s time for you to get down.
In the comments below, I’d love to hear your process of making the leap! What were your fears? What did you do to support yourself? And what was the catalyst for you to jump?
Wishing you ease in trusting the process.
ps – Here’s a small action you can take that may support you in feeling good while on the fence. It’s called Operation Feel Good and you can sign up for it for free right here.
By: Amber Krzys
My question today is . . . What’s your theme?
But, you gotta imagine the ‘what’s your dream?’ guy from the movie Pretty Woman saying it. ‘What’s your theme? Everybody got a theme.What’s your theme?’
(Don’t know the Pretty Woman guy? Watch here.)
January 2014 is coming to a close and I’m wondering how you are doing on your theme, intentions and/or resolutions? Taking stock throughout the year is one way to get better results. So, how are you doing?
Are you moving along at a nice steady pace?
Have you gotten derailed?
Are you in denial about your derailment or judging it?
No matter where you are, there you are. In all of it’s imperfect perfection.
If you are right on track, pat yourself on the back. Seriously. Share a brag in the comments and acknowledge yourself – even for the tiniest thing. That will not only keep you going, but inspire others to keep going too. Plus, it’s scientifically proven that acknowledging yourself will help you feel whole, happy and accomplished on the journey.
If you have gotten derailed, take pause. Remind yourself that it’s okay. That you are okay. You are human and we fall a lot before we walk.
Before you assess the situation, first see if you have any judgments running about your success or failure. About whether you are behind or can’t find the time or can’t keep your word to yourself.
When judgments are active, they inhibit your ability to see clearly, so you must address them first. By acknowledging them – that they are there. They will continue to control things from the shadows unless you bring them to the light.
Next, ask yourself if they are true? Are they really, without a doubt 100% true? Probably not.
If they are not, look at what they are providing you? What is the benefit of them? For example, if your intention was to exercise for pleasure at least three days a week and you didn’t even make it through week one, a judgment could be: “I’m a complete failure.” “I can’t even keep my word to myself.” “I’ll never be able to love exercise like I used to.”
Once determining these assumptions aren’t actually accurate, you can look at what you are getting out of them. In this example, you could be getting the pleasure of staying where you are? You could be getting to continue blaming your schedule, your time, your family, and not taking responsibility for your life and happiness? You could be getting to avoid fully showing up in your life?
These are all possibilities.
Ask yourself if the benefits are worth it? Do they justify your judgments? Probably not. Because you wouldn’t have set out to make a change if you wanted to stay stuck, yes?
So, regroup, forgive yourself, get creative and get in action. How can you support yourself in recommitting to your theme/intention?
Maybe exercising three days a week is too much, so you downshift to one day a week instead? Maybe that feels more manageable? Or, maybe you hire a babysitter a couple days a week to make it easier for you to leave the house? Or, maybe you find a buddy to workout with?
There are so many options we can discover once we get under the judgment. Your creativity is not accessible until then. It needs space to come up, so releasing the judgment through consideration and forgiveness is the trick. (Like it? Tweet It here.)
Share in the comments below your process. What do you do to recommit? What did you discover when you did this process? What are you most proud of in the new year?
For me, my theme for 2014 is Connection. Connection to my body, to my family and friends, to Spirit, to you and life in general.
I am starting with my body. January is all about taking care of her. So, I am most proud that I have been to the doctor, dentist, eye doctor, chiropractor and more. I am committed to feeling fantastic this year and so far I am invigorated by the process.
Now it’s your turn.
ps – Have you signed up for Operation Feel Good yet? If you love Alias, Mission Impossible, and Bond – you are gonna love this. Sign up for FREE here.
By: Amber Krzys
Today I’m sharing something I’ve never shared before. It’s what I was inspired to write and is a beautiful exampe of what’s possible when we truly heal our past.
Over the weekend I saw Saving Mr. Banks. What a beautiful film. It’s heart is in telling the story of how Mary Poppins came to be.
I grew up with Mary Poppins. She is very special to me, so it was easy for me to open my heart and get transported to a different world – with a new understanding.
When leaving the theater, I really thought about the beauty and power of storytelling, and how in this particular story, the author got to rewrite her past. She got to reframe the bad and make it into something good. And, we, the audience, got to witness her transformation.
This film is a true example of the healing process. So many of us have childhood wounds that are holding us back to this very day. We saw something, said something, did something or had something said or done to us that is influencing the way we see and act in the world.
Healing is a process, not an event, and P.L. Travers (the creator of Mary Poppins) demonstrated this so clearly in Saving Mr. Banks. The reward for her willingness and courage to reframe her hurts is something that is available to all of us.
What would it look like if you got to go back in time and see your past with new eyes? What would it be like if you could go into your memory and reframe the pain into something good; thus giving yourself a new story.
See, our memories, as much as we hold them as true, aren’t always accurate. They are influenced by our age, culture, environment, perspective, attitude. And sometimes, often times, can hurt us more than help us.
Here’s an example from my own life: I have a memory of me with my mom and dad. I’m around age 5 and we had my cousin over for pizza and play time. As we were playing, I told my dad I would eat two slices; yet, when the time came to actually eat, my eyes were bigger than my stomach and I could only eat one slice. That made my dad really angry. So angry that he started screaming at me, my cousin and especially my mom. He ended up punching a hole in the wall while my cousin and I hid in the closet.
My little 5-year-old self didn’t know or understand what was happening. She believed that she did something wrong. That she caused her dad’s anger. That this was her fault. “If only I had eaten the second slice, none of this would’ve happened.”
I never wanted to set off my dad again, so I catered to him. I became the ‘good girl’. Always wanting to make him happy and, at the same time, yearning for his love and attention.
This theme played out into my adulthood, in my relationships with men and authority figures… until I went back and applied love to my internal wounds.
The truth was that my biological dad was an alcoholic at that time who had a hot temper. He was unhappy in his marriage and his life in general. His reaction had nothing to do with me. And, when I could finally see that, both my dad and I were free.
For the first time, I could see him and his wounds. I could see he was doing his best with what he knew. And, I could forgive him and myself. After not talking for 15+ years (healing is a process, not an event), we now have a relationship that is based in loving kindness. I attribute this to the growth and healing we have both done – separately and together.
I share this today as an example of what’s possible with the healing of memories. Part of becoming an adult is taking responsibility for our lives, our feelings, our past, our pain and our victories. All of it. The good and the bad.
What can you look back on and see differently today? That option is always available to you. If you feel so called, you are welcome to share in the comments below.
Thank you for reading today’s vulnerable post. I appreciate you seeing me.
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By: Amber Krzys
As December comes to a close and the holidays set in, I wanted to share my End-of-Year Rituals with you. Exactly what I do to ring in the new year with clarity and joy.
This gift is my way of saying thank you for being a part of the bodyheart community. I am so incredibly grateful for every comment, like, opened email and inspired action you take to make yourself and this world a better place. You are making a difference.
You can check out the video series below. For now . . .
May the magic and merriment of this season shine it’s light on you.
All my love,
Your Gift Awaits
Welcome to our 3-Part Success Video Training Series. Each video contains specific rituals I use to close one year and welcome another.
Video One: Celebrate Your Successes
*NOTE: Be sure you watch to frame 2:11. That’s where this particular ritual comes to life.
Video Two: Ask Better Questions
This video gives you step-by-step instructions and fun examples on a great way to improve 3 areas of your life.
Video Three: See It & Set It Free
Watch below for my specific goal-setting strategy for the new year.
In the comments below, share which activity you liked best and let us know what you discovered!
By: Amber Krzys
Before I dive into celebrating Matzah’s (my rescued laboratory research beagle) first year of freedom, I want to remind you about our Random Acts of Kindness Contest – that’s happening right now!
Winners will be announced next Wednesday, so join in and play ASAP!
Now for our main programming . . .
Last year, on this very date, I got to meet Matzah for the first time. He was part of a rescue of beagles from a laboratory research facility in Northern California. Little did I know how much my decision to volunteer for Beagle Freedom Project – an organization that rescues laboratory research animals – would change me for the better forever.
It’s 7pm in the evening and a group of volunteers are anxiously awaiting the arrival of a group of furry little guys. I was one of them. Not sure what to expect from this experience, as it was my first time being involved.
Soon, a van arrived from a long day of travel, carrying 11 scared beagles. I came to understand why they were scared. They had never known anything outside of their cages. They had never walked on grass or played together or felt the compassionate touch of a human.
The world they knew to this point was isolation and pain. They were a number – literally – displayed by the tattoo in their ears (see below). This makes it easier to be tested on. And, the testing I’m talking about isn’t of the life-saving kind. I’m talking household cleaners, new sugar substitutes (Splenda), cosmetics and more.
As I opened one of the crates so that the beagle inside could experience true freedom, I knew my life would never be the same. I watched as each beagle tentatively stepped one paw onto the grass, then the next – uncertain of the feeling – but facing their fear.
I got to witness their break to freedom. The first time they interacted with each other, with toys, with treats, with humans. Some took to play like they were born for it. Others were so afraid they kept to themselves. That was heart-breaking to see.
I was there that night with the intention to foster one of these little guys for one week – and one week only. I was leaving for Christmas and couldn’t take on the responsibility of another dog. I was busy. My business was expanding, I was traveling more…and honestly, another dog would just take so much work and time. He’d have to go through obedience training, and honestly, it would be a long road of recovery. And, I wasn’t ready for that. Or so I thought!
My roommate chose Matzah – the one with the softest fur – out of the 11. We took him home, where he, of course, managed to wiggle his way into my heart. Within two days I knew he wasn’t going anywhere. He had found his forever home.
Call me a sucker, but I call me lucky. This little guy has allowed me to open myself to a greater depth and capacity of loving. I am so grateful for that.
Watching him learn to love to play, eat treats, hang with Lucky (my other amazing pup), go on hikes, snuggle and run free has been such a reward. He has allowed me to see that I’m far more capable, adaptive, courageous and willing than I had imagined. That often times “I’m not ready” is just an excuse. A fear that holds me back. And, now I try to remember this anytime I find myself saying, “I’m not ready”.
Matzah has also gifted me with knowledge and education. Before him, I was completely unaware of what was happening inside of laboratories. I was pretty much clueless. I bought the products that everyone else bought – not even considering how they were made and who/what they may have been tested on.
Now, I’m happy to say I have a cruelty-free house. In fact, cruelty-free is the leading factor in my decision when I buy laundry detergent, deodorant, household cleaners, cosmetics…pretty much anything. I do not want to support a company that at one point may have tested on my boy.
If you are interested in buying cruelty-free, you can learn more here. (FYI – it’s easier than I thought it would be and the products are just as effective, sometimes even better than the other kind. Just look for the leaping bunny or cruelty-free label.)
Also, if you decide to bring an animal into your home this holiday season, please consider adoption. So many beings suffer senselessly in shelters. Sadly, many of them die there, never knowing any kindness. If you’ve ever rescued fur-baby, you know what I’m talking about. There is a bond formed that is irreplaceable. Where both of you are forever grateful.
In the comments below, tell me if you are a rescue owner and what your adoption experience was like.
Wishing you a deeper capacity of love and joy,
By: Amber Krzys
It’s that time of year again! Time for bodyheart’s Annual Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) Contest!
Here’s the deal: I [heart] kindness.
I think we all do. But, there’s something extra special about the random, unexpected kind. If you’ve ever been on the receiving end of a RAK (Random Act of Kindness) it’s such an unexpected treat. And, if you’ve ever been on the giving end of a RAK, it can sometimes be even more of a treat.
So, if you are down for spreading some kindness + winning some prizes, keep reading.
What is a Random Act of Kindness? It is a small (or as big as you like) gesture you offer to an unsuspecting stranger, such as:
* Offering to let someone go ahead of you in the grocery line
* Buying a coffee for the person behind you at Starbucks
* Putting a ‘just to make you smile’ card or flower on someone’s windshield
* Giving up your seat on the subway for an elderly person
* Gifting a stranger with a $5 gift card to Subway
These are just a few examples. There are many many more. You can get as creative as you like. Honestly, you can’t go wrong, especially when your heart is leading you.
I once even gave a ride to a man I’d seen for years in my neighborhood with cerebral palsy. It’s still a memory I treasure to this day.
A word of caution: I don’t recommend offering rides to everyone! So please, use discretion if that is an offering you would like to make.
1. Practice THREE Random Acts of Kindness now through December 17th at 6pm PST.
That’s three kind gestures in a 14-Day period. I think you can handle it!
2. Each Random Act must be given to a stranger.
3. Share all three experiences of giving on our Facebook page. #bodyheartRAK
What did you do? How did it go? How did it feel? We want to know.
BONUS POINTS FOR:
* Sharing this post by clicking the like button below (at the end of this post).
* Sharing this contest with others via Twitter! (We’ve made it easy. Just use the Tweets below.)
* Sharing photos of your adventure on Instagram – Follow us & Tag us using @bodyheart.
* Supporting each other by commenting on RAK Facebook posts on our page.
Practicing Random Acts of Kindness is reward enough, BUT, we like to sweeten the pot. We will be awarding 3 prizes to 3 randomly selected participants on Wednesday December 18th. Prizes include:
1. A free spot in Feel Good in Your Bikini – our upcoming group program! ($500 Value)
This program begins in March 2014 and runs for 8 weeks. We are currently upgrading it and will be sharing the details soon. For now, you can read more about it here.
2. A free spot in our Sizzle Kit! ($99 Value)
You can check out this prize right here.
*****Remember, in order to qualify, you must practice three Random Acts of Kindness and share about each of them on our Facebook page. Contest ends Tuesday December 17th at 6pm PST! *****
If you have any questions, you can always email us here.
Individually we can share our love and compassion and make someone’s day. Together, we can change the world. Let’s see how our collective energies of peace, love, generosity and joy impact the planet!
In the comments below, tell me if you are in for this holiday extravaganza so I will know to keep an eye out for your posts on Facebook.
Wishing you Peace & Pleasure,
ps – Another inspiring Feature Friday Beauty is ready for viewing. Check her out here.
By: Amber Krzys
I am writing you from 30,000 feet in the air. Hi!
I am headed to the Big Apple for some holiday fun with my parents and boyfriend. As I sit here reflecting on this year, I am truly amazed at the journey. My heart is so full for all that I have and for whom I get to share it with…including YOU.
Thank you for taking this ride with me. For contributing to this community – be that reading the weekly blogs and making comments, taking part in our programs or simply showing up more fully in your life.
I see you and I honor you.
This time of year often accompanies moments for slowing down and appreciating our lives. I couldn’t help but share this incredible video with you today. It was last week’s Action Challenge for the 56 Day Rock Your Body Challengers. Their response was so powerful, I had to share with you.
If you want to experience a little more joy in your heart today, watch this video and follow through on the experiment they offer. If you’ve seen the video before, but didn’t take action, I so encourage you to take action TODAY. (Action is where transformation exists!)
Press play to watch.
And, when you follow through on the “assignment”, be sure to share your experience in the comments. Honestly, reading through each person’s experience in delivering the message, is almost as powerful as doing it yourself.
Wishing you joy, appreciation and peace. Also, a very happy Thanksgiving for my US friends.
ps – I am cooking up a new FREE 5-Day Training series for you. Keep on the lookout next week for more details!
pps – This week’s bodyheart campaign Feature is out! See who it is and what she loves right here.
By: Amber Krzys