A few months ago, my friend Sheri asked me to be part of her telesummit and I jumped on board. It seemed like the perfect opportunity to debut my “Love Your Way to Success” 4 steps to transform your life and I was right. It was a total blast, connecting with people who resonated with my philosophy.
My “Love Your Way to Success” steps are all about creating joy and abundance in your life from an inner state of love. I call the process a leap of love and that’s what the four steps spell out: L-E-A-P. Step #1—Love—begins with presence and being rooted in the moment so that one can tune into their purpose, or, what life is calling them to do. The idea is, when you’re present and love is flowing through your life, success will follow.
During the teleseminar, I told Sheri that this leap of love was inspired by my own experiences, my own journey to know myself and solve the “Is this it?!” dilemma. Way back when, I was an entertainment journalist traveling the world for free to interview stars like Madonna, Bon Jovi, Cyndi Lauper, and Celine Dion. It looked fun from the outside—but I felt empty on the inside. I didn’t want to follow rock stars. I wanted to rock my own life. So, I leaped into the present moment. And I landed in life coaching. (Well, that’s the short version, at least.)
Yesterday I got to take my rock show on the road and I shared the process of transformation that helped me wake up and start making music, so to speak. I have to say, it’s awesome when I see love do miracles in the lives of my clients. But it’s also pretty spectacular when I witness the power of love in my own. It makes a girl want to leap!
Marianne Williamson says, “The reason so many of us are obsessed with becoming stars is because we’re not yet starring in our own lives. The cosmic spotlight isn’t pointed at you; it radiates from within you.”
Are you ready to rock your life and leap into love? You can start grooving by simply tuning into the present moment–the very first part of the “Love Your Way to Success” leap of love. I like to start with breath. Throughout the day, I stop what I’m doing, close my eyes, and zero in on my breathing. If a thought floats in—and it will—I just watch it drift by like a cloud and keep my focus on slowly and steadily inhaling and exhaling. It’s like java for the spirit.