You can use your words as powerful communicators to offer kindness and compassion to those you care about. I shared with Ben on Your Morning the fundamentals of active listening & my favorite 4 phrases you can use to lift those in your life up.
When the strength of a choice meets the power of your voice, you have the ability to change the world. Michele will share how to embrace an unexpected feeling and use it to fuel any change you want to make for yourself and others (and it's less scary than you think.)
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[Originally posted on Thrive Global]
On the day of love, it's easy to focus on the relationships that surround us and give them acknowledgment and appreciation, but are you missing someone?
You buy chocolates and flowers for your partner or spouse.
You shower your kids, nieces, and nephews with heart-shaped cinnamon heart candies.
You send a card or text to your friends, sharing your heart with...
Having half of your face covered is a challenge for sharing connections these days. I shared with Ben on Your Morning about how to express positivity, warmth and welcome using other parts of your non-verbal communication. A vital skill to building trust and rapport.
Links Mentioned:My Book (Show Up Confident): http://www.showupconfident.comMy Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/michelecharlesgustafson...
On the edge of a new year, I shared with Kelsey on Your Morning about how to remove the pressure of "resolutions" and replace it with the magic of "intentions." It's a shift that can change your confidence and how you approach any new season of life.
Folks. From the day I released 𝙎𝙝𝙤𝙬 𝙐𝙥 𝘾𝙤𝙣𝙛𝙞𝙙𝙚𝙣𝙩, I’ve had people ask me, “Is there an audiobook!?” I get it. Y’all like to hear my voice. That makes me smile. So here’s the story:
I submitted the final cut before my launch day in October, and just like anything in 2020, it was delayed because of, well, 2020-ness.
But the wait is over, and just in time for your...
The most important whispers in your quiet moments will be deafening.
I know better than to go against the whispers.
I have one right now saying, “It’s time to rest and listen.”
It’s what I’ve heard in my ear, in my writing, in my journal, in my talks with mentors, from my trusted advisors, even from my prayers.
When you crave rest, you're likely long overdue...