Hi everyone! Welcome to the the first edition of the Living Centered Newsletter. I am very excited to launch and connect with you all!
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This is one of my favorite quotes of all time. It forces me to shift my perspective from what others are telling me I should do. It makes look at what makes me feel alive - at what I want to do. It moves me to look at myself and evaluate what I truly want.
My question for you: what makes you feel alive?
Essay: The Purposeful Hustle
Stepping outside of the daily grind is a unique step. Not everyone does it. We hear we need to work harder, do more, hustle faster - so that's what we do. But to what end? How do we know we've done enough?
I invite you to slow down in this moment with me. Step back, take a broader view on life, and figure out where we are going.
Let's look at re-calibrating your compass to ensure you are heading in the right direction.
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Until next time,