Learn to break free from the restraints that keep you from being the true you by practicing your passions. Learn how to define success in your own terms by appreciating what makes you unique. Then go practice your newfound passion for YOU!
You’ve got to have roots before you can grow branches. The following practices are designed to help you inspect your foundation to make sure you’re growing from seeds that you planted. You’re invited to spend some quality time with yourself, while also developing intra- and interpersonal skills for your daily life. Discover your true self through various exercises that will allow you to examine and establish new depths of you.
Learn a couple of methods that can be used in your daily life to practice how to become less judgmental, yet manage to stay more open-minded. Use both of the following practices to learn how to stop your judgmental thoughts and ask, “Why?” instead.
Learn how to let go of your anger and allow yourself to release any and all inner turmoil. Use this practice to discover how insight and empathy remain. Transform negativity into neutrality.
Learn how to share your views by using a practice that outlines your core truths. Then take the social media challenge to help focus your energy on you.
Learn how to enjoy today by recognizing and living in the Now. Use this simple, everyday practice to increase your awareness and enhance your happiness. Practice being in the “Now” and how to begin building the connection between your inner and external world.
Practice letting go of external judgment and criticism that makes you feel less than or undeserving. Learn how to find your worth and wholeness from within.
Learn how to love yourself using practices that focus on your worth. Use your time and energy to invest in self-love routines that give you joy and comfort. Learn to utilize the power of your actions and words to help the process of finding and maintaining self-love.
Learning to be alone means learning why you enjoy your own company. Practice using two exercises that ask you to spend alone time appreciating yourself.
Learn how to act out of self-interest and not selfishness by using, “No” more often. Practice using your “No” after you’ve established your boundaries.
Learn how to initiate and adapt to change in your life and in yourself. Practice by using growth exercises that help guide you towards accepting change.