Recently we’ve been focusing on the topic of well-being. Audience members reached out asking Lynn how and where to start supporting their well-being. Tune in to hear Lynn’s suggestion on how to get started.
In this video you’ll hear:
- Learn how to get started strengthening your well-being.
- Discover knowing what area needs support.
[01:47] Working with her own coach
- Talking through her thoughts, ideas, and feelings surrounding showing up.
[02:25] Lynn claims it!
- She claims it, owns it, loves it, and is proud of it.
- Lynn is relationship-oriented.
[03:13] Not specific enough
- This was giving her an overwhelming feeling.
- Not being specific enough was holding her back from actually showing up.
[04:06] Now being so specific
- The awareness of the pressure she was putting on herself allowed her to create specificity to alleviate it.
- Replacing vague, “I want to be there for my mom” with very specific, “I can be there for my mom by doing X today.”
[4:48] Lynn Morgan Carpenter: “I encourage you to really become clear on how you are showing up, how you want to show up.”
[5:15] Lynn Morgan Carpenter: “Realize that the number one person to show up for is yourself, so I would recommend start with becoming really clear on how you can show up for yourself.”
Self-Connecting Journal Prompt
What areas am I not living aligned with at this moment? What can I do to live more aligned in this space?
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Lynn Morgan Carpenter is the founder of Live More Connected. Her mission is to help you live more connected to your inner-calling, and life as a whole. By using your innate superpowers, you not only make the world a better place to live in but also find peace, purpose, and fulfillment by grounding in your calling.
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Lynn Morgan Carpenter: So we've been talking about well-being and the idea that with us bringing this conversation is to start to bring this more to the forefront of our minds. That when we wake daily, when we are about to start our days, to really do a check-in and say and see, what are the areas of my life that are maybe needing some fine tuning or needing some attention so that I can bolster my sense of overall well-being. And many of you have reached out and asked me, okay, how do I get started? How do I know which area of my life is needing, um, some nurturing and enhancement for my overall sense of well-being? And this is what I would advise is as you're tuning into yourself, ask yourself, what area of my life, or what situation in my life, or what is taking place in my life right now that feels unsettled?
It has an unsettled feeling. It's an itchy feeling. That is the area that's being asked for your attention. And so this week, I want to encourage you each day and start to develop this practice where you're tuning into yourself and you can determine what it is that your life is calling, what it is that it's speaking to you. And saying, and saying, oh, okay, this, this area of my life, it's itchy. It's a bit unsettled. That's my invitation. That's where I can start as I'm working on this path of really taking note of my well-being and making this more of a priority in my life, realizing that building a successful life is also being able to bolster that sense of well-being and really walk through and journey through where we are grounded and rooted into the joys of our life as well. And how we can do this, it's, it's taking note and it's giving some work and attention to those areas that are itchy. Because oftentimes we can put a little pad over it or a bandaid over it, and it's like, okay, well, I, I'm not scratching it any longer, but underneath that bandaid, there still is that, that itchiness, that wound, that point of contention that is asking for attention. So this week I would recommend make it a point and this, just gimme a couple of minutes to tune in with yourself. Ask yourself what parts of my life are feeling unsettled? And that is the invitation, the invitation to go to work and start discovering how you can really tend to those areas. And if you have any questions about this, of course, I am here to support you. You can always reach out to me. Have a great week.