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Weekly episodes of storytelling that empower your truth and shift your way of thinking. Nicole and Tory discuss topics of love, trust, balance, fear and what it means to feel at home wherever you go. 

May 11, 2018

Nicole and Tory talk all about how to create self-empowerment when there is something bigger than you as the driving force of your life. They're going to share their experience as a military spouse and how to be a rock-star passenger when something bigger takes the wheel. Something we’re all guaranteed to experience is change. So this one's all about finding freedom and how to step into your own power within the noise of life. Hear how grounding yourself, finding movement and finding your tribe sets you up for a good ride.

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Summary:   Noise= Life, Sound of Freedom = Empowerment

You can’t find empowerment without finding noise in your life.

“The people smile the most are the ones who’ve cried the hardest”

You have noise, stress, change, obstacles in order to find freedom

  1. We understood that the military came first, not us.  Once we came to terms with that, we could move forward. Being able to come to the place where you enjoy the ride.
  2. You have to be proactive and interact with the driver. You can’t take the wheel either or it leads to a destructive relationship. But you can still make suggestions and dictate the drive a little bit. You’re still apart of decisions.
  3. Empowerment came through routine, movement and tribe.
  4. There’s a transition period when you a enter a new stage of life.

Excavation Questions:

  1. What makes you feel comfortable? What keeps you from going into new territory?
  2. What makes you feel like home? Is it setting your physical space? Discovering your the area around you?
  3. Do you recognize when you are in a rut? When you do, how do you speak to yourself?
  4. How have you reacted to change in the past?
  5. How do you like to move your body?
  6. What kind of community do you see yourself in?
  7. What do your friendships look like now? What do you want in a friendship?

 

Books we LOVE:
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up - Marie Kondo

The Four Agreements - Don Miguel Ruiz