Managing Chaos in Life and Business


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Oh. My. Goodness.


The podcast I planned for this week was all about tuning into your inner wisdom and voice…


But that will have to be for another day.


It has been one of those weeks where it feels like everything is going wrong.


Business, family, tech and car trouble, you name it...


Even as I was recording this podcast, my computer completely shut down!


You know the feeling…


Intense, scattered, out of control.


Like there are a ton of plates spinning and they’re all going to start falling.


This happens to us all sometimes, doesn’t it?


You have a plan of how you think things are going to go.


Then, things go sideways.


Your brain tells you that something is terribly wrong, it’s not meant to be, you need to shut it all down and hide away.


This is totally normal.


We wonder why we can’t keep up, why we’re overwhelmed and why we can’t handle it.


But we live in a society of distraction, urgency and instant gratification.


And when you consider that technology continually inundates us with information, requests, notifications, reminders, etc...


It becomes difficult to focus on even the most basic things.


In this episode, I’m sharing what I do when I’m feeling like crap and it feels like everything is against me.


I’m getting pretty raw this week, because I want you to know that chaos happens to us all.


And we can still keep going.


I'm sharing 3 steps to find calm when you’re feeling stressed and in the middle of chaos and how you can resist the urge to do all the things.


We can look at challenges from a place of humor, curiosity and kindness toward ourselves.



More than anything, my friends, I want you to hear…


Sometimes, you’re going to have a week where everything goes off the rails.


And when that does happen, know that it is normal, know that it is expected, and know that you can handle it.


This is all going to be ok.


You are a strong person.


You are brilliant, even if it feels like you’re not.

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