5 Scrumptious Ways to Find Joy in the Journey

5 Scrumptious Ways to Find Joy in the Journey

– What to do when life throws curve balls  –

Life brings us BIG obstacles, and smaller obstacles. The big ones might include bankruptcy, uncertainty after divorce, and sometimes career issues that bury us and don’t seem to resolve. Our hearts get beat up. Our souls become battered.

And yet there’s always somebody who wants to tell us to find joy in our journey! And we want to roll our eyes and say, “Ick. Another Pollyanna that wants to tell me to just think positive.”

But IF we can find a way to find some joy, those big obstacles won’t take such a toll on us. Because even the biggest trees may one day FALL.

When we talk about finding joy in the journey, we’re really saying that joy isn’t something we acquire, it’s something we tune into. It’s a frequency. And it’s the same when we’re looking for success on our journey. It isn’t something to be acquired, it’s something we tune into.

I’ve put together 5 scrumptious ways to find joy in life’s journey, no matter what you may be going through, in this week’s podcast.

Want more?

This episode is for you if you wonder:

  • The dumbest way we de-rail ourselves
  • If we’re supposed to find joy in the journey, why do we have so many blasted struggles
  • Is free will REAL, or is it just an illusion designed to throw us out of joy?

These are spiritual lessons with a practical edge. You can also listen in for the short exercise that’s designed to help you implement this week’s topic.

If you’re someone who has the audacitythe willingness to take bold risks … then you can use the powers of alchemy to transform challenges into positive new successes starting today!

What’s next?

Reserve your ticket for the upcoming Success Circle Workshop. Our programs fill up fast, and seats are limited, so grab your spot now: http://successcircleworkshops.com/


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