Awesome Life Tips

Awesome Life Tip: Learn to Listen

Learn to Listen

Awesome Life Tip ›› It’s not that your intuition doesn’t speak to you, it’s that you don’t know how to listen, or you don’t trust it enough to take action. It’s easier to trust what we can touch, smell, hear, or see… but that intuitive hit with no logic or reason to back it up? […]

Awesome Life Tip: Extend Compassion

Extend Compassion

Awesome Life Tip ›› If you can show compassion to the ones you know and love, you can extend that compassion to others too. Always assume there’s more to the picture than just what you can see. There’s often pain, suffering, a bad day, illness, or fear, and a little compassion is all that’s needed. […]

Awesome Life Tip: Focus On Yourself

Focus On Yourself

Awesome Life Tip ›› If you find yourself overly focused on what someone else thinks of you, you’re going to quickly lose sight of who you are. That only leads to stress, depression, anger, and hurt… not to mention venturing down the wrong life path. Focus on you always, and don’t worry about what others […]

Awesome Life Tip: Be in Full Alignment

Be in Full Alignment

Awesome Life Tip ›› What do you want to be known for in this life, or in your work, and how are you creating alignment? Where do you need to show up more fully, take action, give back, support others, create, express yourself, or simply start? You won’t just become known for something because you […]

Awesome Life Tip: Release Your Grip

Release Your Grip

Awesome Life Tip ›› You can’t be anywhere you’re not, so stop trying to be. If you’re not ready for something and you try to force it, it’s just going to backfire. Take action towards what you want in your life (love, work, etc), but relax into the natural flow. Release your grip and allow […]


Not only did Stephenie help pinpoint my passions, but she also helped me get started on creating my business. I now know what my passions and purpose are in life and am excited to continue on this path. I have the clarity I so desired before I started this journey. I feel free because I have a deeper sense of self and purpose. — Adlin Cedeno