One of the biggest blocks to stepping up to make the difference you’re here to make in the world is feeling out-of-synch with your life’s purpose. Indeed, I have lost count of the number of social media laments I have read, over the years, where people are still frantically searching for their life’s purpose, and the years fly by.
I’m going to be talking about this quite a lot over the coming months, but I wanted to kick things off with a fabulous interview that I got to do with Nancy Marmolejo, founder of Talent and Genius, as part of the Dare To Dream Bigger handbook expert series. You can read Nancy’s insights on page 58 of your handbook. And this week’s podcast is the full interview.
In it, Nancy explains why connecting with your Inner Genius is so essential, if you want to make a difference in the world, and she spills the beans on her personal journey. She shares with you some priceless how-to on lining up with your unique skills and voice, and you even get to find out about my little-known party trick, which has been getting me into trouble since I was 17 – and why it’s such a vital element of my life’s purpose!
Nancy and I agreed to time this interview for the podcast for this week, because it is Thanksgiving week. And one of the things we forget, in the hum-drum of inner-critic-led daily life, is to give thanks for our unique talents, skills, experience and Dharma (see page 45 of your handbook!). So our joint invitation to you this week is to listen to this interview and then take a few moments out, each day, for the next week, to focus on what you are doing well, what you are good at, and to gently train yourself to celebrate the positive difference you make in the world.
Are you in?
And I would love to know:
- Have you been hiding behind your fears, worries and inner critic’s excuses on your Inner Genius?
- What could you do, today, to connect even 1% more deeply with your Talent and Genius?
- How could you crank up the level to which you are using your Inner Genius in the difference you want to make in the world?
If you found this podcast helpful, please subscribe via iTunes (and you might like to leave a lovely review – it all helps to get the message out to a wider audience!).
And please share it far and wide, via social media, especially in any groups where passionate world-changers hang out.
And if you don’t have your copy of Dare To Dream Bigger yet, I strongly suggest you order it from your favourite bookstore, or you can get a signed copy direct from me (free P&P for UK orders) here: www.DareToDreamBiggerHandbook.com. I would love to send it your way.
With love, Namaste,
Mentor To Passionate World-Changers
P.S. I have now opened up my 2017 mentoring schedule. I’m only taking on 5 new clients. Are you one of them? www.ClareJosa.com/mentoring/ It would be a privilege to get to support you. x Clare