I WILL AWAYS...
Seek out moments to share JOY🌅
Always look for what brings the light out in you, the love out in you, the joy out in you. When you are lit up, and feeling joyful, it spills over to others🌠
Pay close attention when you are feeling ignited, switched ON... What are you doing? Who are you with? Do more of that. With more of those people. .
Create the Joy and Share it. This planet needs more of that energy 💕
Support your friends, community, colleagues ✨ I firrrmly believe in this! .
Have you heard of the saying that goes something like... people are soo interested when you get that big job or promotion but lose interest when you tell them you started your own business? ✨ .
Don’t be those people. Ask questions, buy the product, go to the event, meet, explore, laugh ✨ People work harder than you imagine for their dreams. Showing up is so easy yet so huge for them. ❤️ @exploramiami —> follow Eugenia for the beeesstt tips around #Miami
“If you aren’t willing to put yourself in ‘this is crazy’ situations, you won’t experience ‘this is awesome!’ moments.”⠀
This quote from the book The Circle Maker really spoke to me this past week. I had been following along as a mom like me was honored with her best friends and business partners at Young Living headquarters for their accomplishments.⠀
All of their posts were about how excited they were to be celebrating what God had done in their businesses through their relationships, and how they were in such awe to be doing it all with their best friends. This is what I look forward to as I build my own business!! Celebrating milestones with friends, doing day to day life with friends, watching lives change and be set free with friends. ✨
So when I invite you to do this business with me, know that I’m inviting you because I am envisioning us like this second photo. Pinching ourselves during a slumber party in matching pajamas celebrating what God has done through our collective ‘yes.’⠀
When it’s all said and done, don’t you want to be the girl that went for it? Don’t you want to be the mom who was an example to her kids of dream-chasing while momming, and how those two go hand in hand? Jump into the crazy with me so we can marvel at the ‘this is awesome’ that comes from it together! 👭
Although growth might be painful at first, you will become addicted to the constant renewing of greater transformation. It’s not for the light hearted or scarce minded. It’s for that woman who knows who her created is and steps out into the world knowing what shed made off. “Do not Conform to the Patterns of this World, but be Transformed by the Renewing of your Mind...” Rom12:2. Don’t let the world dictate your worth and potential. Be Aligned with your Creator and everything will follow. #AbundantLiving#Faith#Growth#leadershipdevelopment#femaleempowerment
Maslow Hierarchy of NEEDS
How it pertains to your life and business!
The Physiological Needs such as breathing, food, drink, sleep, sex, excretion are largely (and obviously) biological and physical requirements. When they are not fulfilled, people become preoccupied with filling those needs above all else. For example, starving people in a war zone can be oblivious to danger when in search of food.
Once the basic needs are fulfilled, other needs invariably arise. In Maslow's hierarchy, the safety needs come after the physiological needs. Maslow used the word "safety" to mean more than just physical safety. Economic, social, vocational, psychological security all fall underneath this second tier of human needs. While safety needs are less immediate or demanding than the physiological needs, when one loses one's job, family, home, life savings, health insurance, etc, one is likely to feel terribly insecure and unprotected. Fulfilling the safety needs might be likened to providing a bumper or airbags on a car; while you don't always need them, having them gives you some confidence that you can face minor bumps and bruises along the road of life.
Belongingness and love needs
As social beings, family, friendships and intimate connections get many people through the ups and downs of life. Numerous studies have shown that the healthiest, happiest people tend to be more involved in their communities. While there is debate on whether one causes the other is unclear, there is some sense that having wider social connections and relationships are an important part of being happy. Lack of interactions, human relationships and the sense of belonging may result in depression or loneliness while an abundance of love and community often sustain people through difficult times.
Maslow felt there was a clear distinction between love and respect or esteem. He felt that an ability to feel self-esteem and personal uniqueness sprung from being loved and embraced by families and communities. As individuals, we naturally wish to excel or be exceptional, to be noticed for our unique talents and capabilities.
Last night I was on a call with my #mastermind and I heard myself say something that took me completely by surprise.
I was using excuse after excuse for why I had not done something I clearly wanted to do.
My thinking had become narrow and was limiting my outcome. I was playing so small without even realizing it.
It all stems from the battle I’ve been having with the feeling of ‘not enoughness’. And it’s been crippling me in every area of my life.
Until now. When you know better you have the opportunity to do better. And I’m not only looking to change my mindset but I’m tearing down the lie of scarcity and replacing it with a mentality of #abundance.
And I’m going to share EVERYTHING I’m learning next week in a 5 day Abundance challenge. I’d love for you to join me.
Sign up www.andreacrisp.ca/challenge #thecouragecast
I was battling with feeling like I was not enough. Although deep in my soul I desperately wanted to believe that I was enough, I always fell short in one way or another.
The thought took hold of my life in many ways, creating a chasm between what I believed could be true for my life and what was actually true for my life.
And all the while, scarcity wrapped itself around my heart. Holding it captive in its grip. There was no way for me to know that it was even happening.
My body noticed it first -- locked jaw, shoulders completely tense and then came the week long headache. I begged God for a little bit of relief if He would only just hear me and the pain would subside.
But in the pain, I could hear a faint whisper that this was something I needed to overcome. A lie that needed to be torn down. The lie that scarcity had a hold of me.
So I took notice and made the decision right then and there that it was time to stop believing that I would never be enough, have enough, or experience all that God wanted for my life.
Next week I'm going to share with you what I'm learning in the 5-day Abundance Challenge. Don't let scarcity hold you back from having everything that God intended for you to have.
Sign up at www.andreacrisp.ca/challenge (link in bio) #5dayabundancechallenge#thecouragecast
Mom needs a do-over.
Yikes! That was an ugly first morning home. I hope my kids forgive me. We arrived home just before 1:30 last night and, of course, were not prepared to do a school morning. One kid has no boots, two don’t have appropriate gloves for snow and one doesn’t have snow pants.
Welcome back to reality! Laundry is desperately needed. We eeked out enough food for breakfast and to pack lunches, so a grocery trip is on the agenda. I have to pick up the dog after school and have lots of work to catch up on.
I’ll definitely be listening to Breathe today. 😆