Playing it safe is actually not safe at all. It's an illusion! In fact, it is dangerous for your health and well-being when you restrain your potential and limit who you are created to be. Cassandra Washington and members of her One Degree Shift community know from experience that when you play it safe you will never fulfill your purpose. They also know that you can play bigger when you connect to others. Learn how to stop playing small in your life and discover the difference you are meant to make.
January flew by in a flash, and February is a short month. Don't let your days slip by. Together, let's make each day count. Here's how gratitude can add value to your life!
Despite our similarities, you and I are very unique. In fact, you could say we are each one in a million (well... actually the odds are even greater than that). That means, it is pretty amazing that you are alive on earth right now, born at this particular time and place. It is no happenstance. You are absolutely unique, and you have a purpose! It has never been a more important time to find your purpose.
Intention is a powerful tool to help you align with your purpose and create the life you really want. Nothing happens without it, not even wiggling your toes. Here's a three step process for putting the organizing power of intention and desire to work for you this year. To live your best life, you must overcome the enemy called confusion that kills your dreams. And, it's also important to connect with supportive, like-minded people who you can safely share your intentions and dreams and who support you in taking action to make them a reality.
You are on this earth for a divine purpose: to rise to your highest potential and to leave our world a better place to live, work, and love. Our purpose demands continuous improvement and a refusal to settle for mediocrity. Let your heart motivate you, engage others, and lead you to your greatest achievements.
Living your best, most fulfilled life is a practice of saying "Yes" to your heart's deepest desires. That's not a selfish act; it is more like "self-also." You can't live the life of your dreams by always deferring your own needs in favor of others. In fact, there is a way to lead with a servant's heart and serve your interests too. Discover how you can break free from the box that limits your true potential by saying "Yes" to your heart.